NASA has denied the involvement of astronauts from the United States in the appearance of a hole on the ISS

The United States rejects suggestions about the psychological crisis of NASA astronauts, which could lead to the 2018 incident with a hole in the Soyuz MS-09 household compartment on the ISS, Kathy Lueders, NASA’s assistant head for crewed flights, told reporters.

At a press conference, Lueders was asked, with reference to the Russian media, how NASA treats the accusations from unnamed representatives of Roscosmos that NASA astronauts could face psychological and medical problems on the ISS and that this could have prompted astronaut Serena Aunon-Chancellor to drill a hole in the Soyuz module.

“NASA crew members perform their missions professionally and honestly… I support Serena and her professional behavior, and I do not find this accusation credible,” Lueders said.

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