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Again manned rocket to ISS after failed launch

COSMODROME – For the first time since the failed launch of a Russian rocket in mid October there will be space travelers to the international space station (ISS) sent.

In this rocket will be the three astronauts Monday the space will be shot.

According to the American space agency NASA the Soyuz rocket with American astronaut Anne McClain, the Russian Oleg Kononenko and the Canadian David Saint-Jacques Monday at 12:31 pm take-off in Kazakhstan. They have the German Alexander Barley and his crew replaced, whose return is scheduled for 20 december.

It is the first manned launch after the failed attempt on the 11th of October, when the Soyuz launcher shortly after the start of the Baikonur-ruimtevaartlocatie went out. Two space were able to make themselves unharmed to save the day.

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