You will not see SpaceX CEO Elon Musk smokes marijuana or drinking whiskey on the podcast again if he wants to help the astronauts enter the universe.
That's the word from NASA's administrator Jim Bridenstine, whose agency is working with Spacex and Boeing to fly astronauts to the International Space Station.
"I will tell you that this is not useful and that has not inspired confidence, and the leaders of these organizations should take this as an example of what to do when you run an organization that will launch American astronauts," Bridenstine told reporters Thursday at NASA's Washington DC .
Bridenstine has said that Musk is "equally committed to security as anyone, and he realizes that it is not appropriate behavior and you will not see it again," the report reported by Atlantic said.
The comments related to the Muskin performance on the podcast Joe Rogan Experience in September, where, Musk's appearance on the program was not good with NASA's top officials, who earlier this month SpaceX and Boeing.
NASA's Airline Contracts –– require both companies to "maintain programs for achieving workforce without alcohol and alcohol".
Bridenstine said on Thursday that he had personally ordered reviews, a decision affected by the NASA's tragedy, including Apollo I fire that killed three astronauts on the 1967 launch and Space Shuttle catastrophes that killed a total of 14 people.
"Each of these accidents had a number of complications. Of course, the technological piece was a big piece. [But] Another question that always comes up is what was the NASA culture? "Bridenstin told reporters." What was the culture of our entrepreneurs, and were the people who raised the red flag that we did not listen to and finally whether this culture contributed to the failure and, in those cases, the catastrophe? "
Representatives for Musk and SpaceX did not respond promptly to comment requests.
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