A rocket was destroyed last month because Roscosmos failed to update its launch coordinates.
Last month Russian scientists said they discovered sea plankton on the International Space Station that might be alive and thriving. NASA shed doubt on the discovery, and little has been said since. However, the German Aerospace Center recently responded to questions on the issue, confirming the discovery of "bacterial DNA" but casting doubt on other aspects of the Russian report.
First of all, the scientists are Russian, so a national scientist registry wouldn't keep us safe from them to begin with
Correction: A previous version of this story referred to the Challenger and Discovery disasters. In fact, it was the shuttle
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