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Tri-nation crew arrive at International Space Station for 6-month mission

HNGN Tuesday, 22 November 2016
Tri-nation crew arrive at International Space Station for 6-month missionThe Internation Space Station has recently received three additional crew members that will be conducting several studies in their labs for 6 months. The U.S., Russian, and French Astronauts will be the newest members of the Space Station crew and will be participating the 'expedition-50' led by commander Shane Kimbrough.
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News video: Three-man space crew blasts off to International Space Station

Three-man space crew blasts off to International Space Station 01:22

A multinational crew, including U.S. astronaut Peggy Whitson, who is the oldest and most experienced woman to fly in space, launches from Kazakhstan en route to the International Space Station. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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