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RAW VIDEO: Soyuz Headed for ISS Blasts Off

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December 21, 2011
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A Soyuz space capsule carrying a Russian cosmonaut and astronauts from NASA and the European Space Agency blasts off for the International Space Station from Kazakhstan.


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