NASA's administrator Jim Bridgestin said Thursday. Elon Musk said he was trapped in a controversy.
The "Joe Rogan Experience" in September launched a podcast to the lungs of canvas and the Musk firm SpaceX was subjected to a NASA safety review.
Bridenstein first came out publicly about the incident. At a meeting of reporter, he said: "I will tell you not that it's helpless, it does not reflect self confidence, and the leaders of these organizations need to take it as an example of what to do when driving an organization that you are going to be taken to." American astronauts.
Bridenstein said that the first exposure of the Washington Post was to inspect the safety of Boeing distributors. But before he wept for Musk, he wanted to reexamine their corporate culture.
The disasters in the history of NASA have influenced his influence. Apollo 1 fire in 1967 In addition, three astronomical objects were killed during a ground test and two space shuttle disasters occurred in 1986 and 2003.
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Breedstein has always been asked whether NASA culture is involved in those accidents. "What was the culture of our contractors, where there was a people who raised a red flag where we had not heard, that culture was ultimately defeated, in such cases, to disasters?" "He said.
The Atlanta Marina asked the Korean Bridestin. "I think it's not helpful," he responded.
Bradsten also made "conversations" about his behavior with Muskie. "I'll tell you, he is a commitment to security, no one is right, and you will not see it again," he continued.
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