Just a few days ago, an air leak on the International Space Station was discovered and promptly fixed. Experts initially believed that the hole was created by a micro-meteorite impact, but Roscosmos CEO Dmitry Rogozin claims that the spaceship's hull was impacted from the inside. Dmitry says there are "traces of a drill sliding along the surface," and that the fracture was seemingly caused by human hands. An anonymous source allegedly told the RIA that an employee working on the Soyuz module accidentally drilled the hole, and filled it with glue instead of reporting the incident. It's too early to tell what really happened, but Roscosmos says they aren't ruling out any theories. "It is a matter of honor for Energia Rocket and Space Corporation to find the one responsible for that, to find out whether it was an accidental defect or a deliberate spoilage and where it was done - either on Earth or in space. Now it is essential to see the reason, to learn the name of the one responsible for that. And we will find out, without fail,"