Tech & Science Daily: Nasa condemns Russia’s anti-Ukraine propaganda on ISS

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Nasa condemns Russia’s anti-Ukraine propaganda on ISS (Nasa/PA) (PA Media)
Nasa condemns Russia’s anti-Ukraine propaganda on ISS (Nasa/PA) (PA Media)

Nasa has strongly condemned the actions of three Russian cosmonauts on the International Space Station, who recently posed with flags considered anti-Ukraine propaganda.

Russia’s state space corporation Roscosmos shared the pictures of the trio holding flags of the Luhansk People’s Republic and the Donetsk People’s Republic - two Russian-backed separatist regions in Ukraine.

Nasa said it “strongly rebukes” Russia using the ISS for political purposes to support its war against Ukraine.

Elon Musk’s 44 billion dollar Twitter takeover’s reported to be “in serious jeopardy.”

The Washington Post says the Tesla founder’s unconvinced about figures for the number of spam accounts on the platform and “some discussions” have stopped.

As the Royal Society’s Summer Science Exhibition continues into the weekend, Professor Carlos Frenk - Chair of Royal Society Public Engagement Committee - has been telling us why it is such an exciting time for tech and science.

Carlos also gave us an insight into the area of science he thinks could be the next ‘revolution' - discovering alien life in space.

Also on this episode:

•How sportspeople are using LinkedIn to share their stories

Volkswagen announces $20 billion effort to build its own EV batteries

Galaxy Watch 5 leak reveals potential features and design

•Viral sensation ‘The Gstaad Guy’ teams up with Zapp: The benefits of on-demand tech businesses for brands

•New dinosaur finding gives clues about why T-rex had small arms

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