Russian Aerospace Chief Dmitry Rogozin appears to be sending death threats to Elon Musk

TThe head of the Russian space, Dmitry Rogozin, sent a very strange message to the richest man in the world and the founder of Space X, Elon Musk, He seems unfazed.

Last Sunday, Musk shared a Russian note he said was sent to Russian media by Dmitriy Rogozin by Roscosmos, the Russian equivalent of NASA.

NASA and SpaceX help Ukraine maintain communications with Starlink satellites

Then he noticed that the equipment for Starlink belonging to Space X, which has a satellite Internet system, was supposed to have been delivered to the Ukrainian Marines and “fighters of the Nazi Azov Battalion” by the US Army.

Musk tweeted both subtitles and Russian Note that the note read:Elon Muskand, accordingly, participates in supplying the fascist forces in Ukraine with military communications equipment, “and for this, Elon, You will be charged as an adult – It doesn’t matter how much you play the fool.”

He also tweeted, “If you die under mysterious circumstances, that would be good to know,”

Then Elon’s mother, who we saw at the Met Gala, also followed up on the tweet and replied “that’s not funny” along with two grumpy-faced emojis.

Elon also replied, “Sorry! I’ll do everything in my power to survive.”

After all, Musk does not seem too worried about the threat, because Rogozin usually supports and talks like that to others, but it seems that the whole thing is a bark, not a bite.

He was adamant in saying that if the sanctions imposed on Russia due to the invasion of Ukraine were not lifted, they would leave International Space Station (ISS), However, it was as if no threat had been made at all.

All bark and no bite?

Rogozin has mocked the United States in the past by saying that they should use a trampoline to take astronauts to the International Space Station because they were dependent on Russian space launches to get there.

In 2020, Musk and Space X put massive efforts into launching NASA astronauts to the International Space Station on the Demo-2 mission. Immediately after that, Musk sent a message to Rogozin that the trampoline was working!

NASA and SpaceX help Ukraine maintain communications with Starlink satellites