NASA Admiral Jim Bridgestone told reporters on Thursday that "Elon Mashk" smoked piraeus live on the internet "did not inspire confidence," the Atlantic said.
The Mux company, SpaceX, is under review for NASA security after he inhaled cannabis at the podcast "Joe Rogan Experience" in September.
Now Bridgestone publicly commented on the incident for the first time. He told a meeting of journalists: "I will tell you it was not useful, and that does not inspire confidence, and the leaders of these organizations should take this as an example of what to do when you run the organization that will launch American astronauts ".
Bridenstine said that he personally ordered an overview of the security of suppliers of SpaceX and Boeing, first discovered by The Washington Post. But he emphasized that he wanted an overview of their corporate culture before musk smoked weeds.
His decision was influenced by the tragedies in NASA's history, including the Apollo 1 fire in 1967, which killed three astronauts during a country's test and two disasters in the space shuttle in 1986 and 2003.
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Bridgestone said the question that always comes is whether NASA's culture contributed to these accidents. "What was the culture of our performers, and whether there were people who erected a red flag that we did not listen to, and eventually made that culture contribute to failure and, in those cases, a disaster?" he said.
Marina Koren of the Atlantic asked Bridgestone whether he lived online live, and that red flag. "I think they were not useful," he replied.
Bridgestone also said he has "a lot of talks" with Moscow about his behavior. "I'll tell you, he's committed to security like everyone, and he understands that this is not appropriate behavior, and you will not see it again," he continued.
A business insider contacted SpaceX and NASA for comment.