Soyuz Launch: Crew Bound for ISS

The Soyuz spacecraft launched from Kazakhstan, bound for the International Space Station.
1:06 | 05/31/13

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At this point the year commanders controls. Become active and -- crew members. Ten seconds nine. 8765. -- war three. 210. And lift off. Liftoff. Karen Nyberg if you order your chicken and -- -- on on -- six are arrived at the International Space Station. Good -- -- performance the Soyuz delivering a 102 tons of thrust from its four boosters and single engine. The first day to the soy used measure 68 feet in -- point four feet in diameter. Burning liquid fuel for the first two minutes and six seconds of flight. McConnell as they monitor the controls of the sorties as a climbs in orbit. Soyuz are traveling at approximately 4700. Miles an hour now.

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