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Russia's attack on Ukraine may also have consequences in space

After Russia's attack on Ukraine, there are fears in the USA that this could also have consequences for cooperation on the International Space Station.

Washington – The population looks stunned at the Ukraine, which was attacked by Russia with bombs. In Stuttgart, too, people are shocked by the attack. There are fears of the consequences this war could bring to other countries, because Vladimir Putin has already made a terrible threat to the world. If meddling in the war, "Russia's response will be immediate and lead to consequences such as you have never seen in your history."
BW24* reveals what serious consequences the attack could have in space.

The developments in Ukraine will certainly also be followed with interest on the International Space Station (ISS). Four NASA astronauts and two Russian cosmonauts are currently working in space on the ISS. *BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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