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Progress 63 supply ship heads for International Space Station


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Progress 63 supply ship heads for International Space Station

A spaceship has been launched from Kazakhstan on a resupply mission to the International Space Station.

The Progress 63 craft is carrying food, fuel and other supplies and is expected to dock at the space station on Saturday.

It replaces Progress 61 which undocked from the ISS loaded with waste and is expected to burn up over the Pacific on Friday.

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