When you're working with NASA, the smoker can not live on the air during podcasting as a best idea. That's why it's surprising that Elon Musk, considered one of the world's great thoughts, does this exactly with Joe Rogan holding the podcast.
Now, NASA plans to launch a full review of Musk's SpaceX, back Genius Boy Report.
If you're flying high like NASA connection, you'd better do it in a rocket.
NASA is now arranging a security review of SpaceX, a private aerospace company set up by Musk. The review will include hundreds of employees. NASA will interview people who work in SpaceX, because they want to explore the company's culture completely.
Some may think that this is a bit of extreme reactions because the founder of the cohabiting company is live together with a professional speaker. SpaceX has also located in California where marijuana is legal for medical and recreational use.
However, the federal government still considers marijuana to be illegal at all levels. The rights of states are honored because of that in the Constitution, but federal employees still need to continue to be drug-free. In particular, individuals with security clearance are required to abstain from using drugs, which means that the performance of Musk podcast is slightly described.
NASA and SpaceX have agreed to a number of partnerships for different space exploration trips, and NASA obviously takes Musk's behavior seriously.
Musk and SpaceX are not the only targeted company to review. NASA has launched a similar review of Boeing, another NASA partner who is currently helping to build a human spacecraft.
The podcast was broadcast over the summer, and the joint smoking and YouTube activity was taken.
NASA is officially calling on their SpaceX investigation into a "cultural assessment study," its purpose is "to ensure that companies meet NASA's requirements for workplace safety, including adhering to a non- drug, "back ABC News.
"We are fully expecting our commercial partners to meet all the safety requirements in the workplace when carrying out our trips and services they provide to the people of America … As always, NASA ensures that they do it. "
According to NASA officials who spoke to them ABC, the investigation is being launched as a direct result of the appearance of Musk podcast. NASA's official statement by Jim Bridenstine said the investigation was important for public safety.
"If I see something that is inappropriate, my main concern is the culture that led to that incapacity and NASA is involved … As an agency we do not; We're our own, but our contractors too. We need to show the public in America when we put a rocket slide, they will be safe, "he said in an interview.
NASA has invested $ 1.6 billion in SpaceX with a contract that empowers SpaceX to send flights to the International Space Station. SpaceX has set up to launch its first rocket to the International Space Station in January.