Russian space chief Dmitry Rogozin yesterday said a leak found aboard a vehicle docked with the International Space Station (ISS) last week was almost certainly caused by a person with a drill. Investigators are now scrambling to determine whether the sabotage occurred while the vehicle was in space. News broke Monday that the damage to the vehicle, a Russian-made Soyuz spacecraft, wasn’t the result of a meteorite strike as previously believed. According to Russian news agency TASS, Rogozin said: We are considering all the theories. The one about a meteorite impact has been rejected because the spaceship’s hull was evidently…

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