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Three-man crew launches to space station

By Reuters
29 July 2017   |   3:30 am
A trio of astronauts from the United States, Russia and Italy headed for the International Space Station on Friday (July 28), a step toward boosting U.S. research projects aboard the orbiting laboratory.

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