New Delhi, Aug. 25 -- American astronaut Anne McClain was selected to be part of NASA's much-publicised all-female spacewalk from the International Space Station (ISS) on March 29 along with fellow astronaut Christina Koch.

But the all-female drill was scrapped after it emerged McClain's space suit was too big in size and the right size wasn't immediately available.

Subsequently, Koch and McClain alternated the spacewalks, each accompanied by male crew member Tyler 'Nick' Hague.

McClain then wrapped up her six-month mission and returned to Earth on June 25.

Two months later, on August 23, a New York Times report has revealed that NASA is now "looking into" McClain over a case of "criminal wrongdoing" in space during her time aboard the...