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‘Without it, there wasn’t a chance in hell that we’d have put a man on the moon’ Dmitry Rogozin, the minister responsible for the Russian space industry, could only watch as the Prime Minister delivered a damning assessment of his work.Unsuccessful rocket launches had “become a repetitional issue” for the country, Dmitry Medvedev said at a cabinet meeting on Monday.
Up until an hour after launch, everything was going fine.And Deputy Prime Minister Rogozin, who has been responsible for the Russian space programme since late 2011, has been attracting a large part of the criticism.Tuesday’s crash was, after all, the tenth under his watch.“The ISS surface is possibly a unique and easily available collector and keeper of comet substance and, possibly, of biomaterial of extra-terrestrial origin.” Keep up with this story and more The statement added that 19 dust samples have been collected from the surface of the ISS during space walks dating back to 2010 under an experiment known as “Test.”It could be some time before analysts determine the identity of the material, however.Scientists will have to decipher whether the microorganisms came to be on the outside of the space station while structural elements of it were being constructed on Earth or while in space, reported.Last month Sky reported that bacterial cells treated with a common antibiotic were spotted changing shape to survive while aboard the ISS.
The defence mechanism could pose a serious problem when it comes to treating astronauts with infections.
"So they have flew from somewhere in space and settled on the outside hull." He added that the samples are being probed by scientists and seem to be safe.
Incredibly, bacteria found on the ISS can survive in a vacuum and temperatures ranging from -150C to 150C.
We have found traces of sea plankton and microscopic particles on the illuminator surface. The Russians’ American colleagues, though, seemed unaware and skeptical of the discovery.“As far as we’re concerned, we haven’t heard any official reports from our Roscosmos colleagues that they’ve found sea plankton,” NASA spokesman Dan Huot told at the time.
“What they’re actually looking for is residues that can build up on the visually sensitive elements, like windows, as well as just the hull of the ship itself, that will build up whenever they do thruster firings for things like re-boosts. I don’t know where all the sea plankton talk is coming from.”Confirming it to be a true international, as well as extraterrestrial, incident, Germany’s space agency weighed in on the matter a month later.
It was only the second launch at Russia’s new far-eastern Vostochny Cosmodrome, so there was a festive atmosphere.