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Launch of new crew to ISS delayed by two months

Launch of new crew to ISS delayed by two months
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The launch to bring new crew to the International Space Station has been pushed back two months, after the failure of a Russian Progress supply

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The launch to bring new crew to the International Space Station has been pushed back two months, after the failure of a Russian Progress supply ship.

The return of three astronauts has also been delayed, which means Italian Samantha Cristoforetti will set a new record for the longest single mission by a female.

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