Soyuz Spacecraft Carries Russians, Americans to ISS

Astronauts travel to space for a six-month mission that includes a spacewalk with the Olympic torch.
4:21 | 09/25/13

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-- one minute and counting missile uses now on internal power and we have all the sequence start. Pool. Two minutes 45 seconds. It -- internal power. The ground and the locals beginning to swing back. T minus thirty seconds and counting. -- T minus fifteen seconds and counting. Two minutes 109876543. 21. Ignition. And -- it. Dying now. And missile uses now on its way -- my cock until it -- officer Gary -- on a six hour ride to the International Space Station. I'm you know. Any I don't. -- her stage performance the Soyuz delivering 102 tons of thrust from its four boosters and single engine. The first stage of the Soyuz measure 68 feet in length and 24 feet in diameter. It is currently burning liquid fuel for the first two minutes six seconds of the fight. Thank. You -- man I'm I don't like. -- -- -- Before strap on boosters and have been jettisoned EC completed their job and jumped away at an altitude of thirty statute miles is -- -- is now traveling at 3937. Miles an hour. There at. Okay. -- -- But it did. -- -- -- -- I'm 69. Shouted. The -- out as -- jettison the rockets altitude is now 52 miles -- And main. -- -- -- -- -- --

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