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Soyuz rocket launch with new space station crew

July 23, 2015, 12:21 UTC+3
ISS Expedition 44/45 crew successfully launched after 2-month delay
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The Soyuz-FG launch vehicle lifted off from the Baikonur Space Center in central Kazakhstan at 00:03 Moscow Standard Time on Thursday (21:03 GMT on Wednesday). Nine minutes after the launch, the spacecraft separated from the carrier rocket and began an autonomous flight that lasted six hours
The Soyuz-FG launch vehicle lifted off from the Baikonur Space Center in central Kazakhstan at 00:03 Moscow Standard Time on Thursday (21:03 GMT on Wednesday). Nine minutes after the launch, the spacecraft separated from the carrier rocket and began an autonomous flight that lasted six hours
The Soyuz-FG launch vehicle lifted off from the Baikonur Space Center in central Kazakhstan at 00:03 Moscow Standard Time on Thursday (21:03 GMT on Wednesday). Nine minutes after the launch, the spacecraft separated from the carrier rocket and began an autonomous flight that lasted six hours
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
Initially, the crew of Expedition 44/45 was to start off on the space mission on May 26 but Roscosmos had to revise the date in the wake of a defaulted launch of the Progress M-27M cargo craft, which overshot the designated orbit and was lost eventually. Photo: US astronaut Kjell Lindgen, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and Japan astronaut Kimiya Yui
Initially, the crew of Expedition 44/45 was to start off on the space mission on May 26 but Roscosmos had to revise the date in the wake of a defaulted launch of the Progress M-27M cargo craft, which overshot the designated orbit and was lost eventually. Photo: US astronaut Kjell Lindgen, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and Japan astronaut Kimiya Yui
Initially, the crew of Expedition 44/45 was to start off on the space mission on May 26 but Roscosmos had to revise the date in the wake of a defaulted launch of the Progress M-27M cargo craft, which overshot the designated orbit and was lost eventually. Photo: US astronaut Kjell Lindgen, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and Japan astronaut Kimiya Yui
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
For Kononenko, 51, this is a third orbital mission in his career of a space researcher. He has already spent 391 days in space and has done three spacewalks
For Kononenko, 51, this is a third orbital mission in his career of a space researcher. He has already spent 391 days in space and has done three spacewalks
For Kononenko, 51, this is a third orbital mission in his career of a space researcher. He has already spent 391 days in space and has done three spacewalks
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko with his daughter Alice as his son Andrew
Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko with his daughter Alice as his son Andrew
Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko with his daughter Alice as his son Andrew
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
Yui, 45, and Lindgren, 42, have begun their first space mission. Photo: US astronaut Kjell Lindgen, a crew member of the ISS Expedition 44/45
Yui, 45, and Lindgren, 42, have begun their first space mission. Photo: US astronaut Kjell Lindgen, a crew member of the ISS Expedition 44/45
Yui, 45, and Lindgren, 42, have begun their first space mission. Photo: US astronaut Kjell Lindgen, a crew member of the ISS Expedition 44/45
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
Russian Space Agency experts testing a space suit of Japan astronaut Kimiya Yui
Russian Space Agency experts testing a space suit of Japan astronaut Kimiya Yui
Russian Space Agency experts testing a space suit of Japan astronaut Kimiya Yui
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
In the course of the mission at the ISS, Oleg Kononenko will do an experiment on remote controlling of the robots based on the Earth from space. Photo: Oleg Kononenko and Kjell N. Lindgren
In the course of the mission at the ISS, Oleg Kononenko will do an experiment on remote controlling of the robots based on the Earth from space. Photo: Oleg Kononenko and Kjell N. Lindgren
In the course of the mission at the ISS, Oleg Kononenko will do an experiment on remote controlling of the robots based on the Earth from space. Photo: Oleg Kononenko and Kjell N. Lindgren
© Mikhail Japaridze/TASS
The crew will be expected to receive and handle two Progress cargo craft, one Japanese and one American cargo carrier during the mission
The crew will be expected to receive and handle two Progress cargo craft, one Japanese and one American cargo carrier during the mission
The crew will be expected to receive and handle two Progress cargo craft, one Japanese and one American cargo carrier during the mission
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
Officials, friends and families of US astronaut Kjell Lindgen, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and Japan astronaut Kimiya Yui prior to the launch of Soyuz rocket
Officials, friends and families of US astronaut Kjell Lindgen, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and Japan astronaut Kimiya Yui prior to the launch of Soyuz rocket
Officials, friends and families of US astronaut Kjell Lindgen, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and Japan astronaut Kimiya Yui prior to the launch of Soyuz rocket
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
Soyuz rocket launch to the International Space Station from Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
Soyuz rocket launch to the International Space Station from Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
Soyuz rocket launch to the International Space Station from Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
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The Soyuz-FG launch vehicle lifted off from the Baikonur Space Center in central Kazakhstan at 00:03 Moscow Standard Time on Thursday (21:03 GMT on Wednesday). Nine minutes after the launch, the spacecraft separated from the carrier rocket and began an autonomous flight that lasted six hours
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
Initially, the crew of Expedition 44/45 was to start off on the space mission on May 26 but Roscosmos had to revise the date in the wake of a defaulted launch of the Progress M-27M cargo craft, which overshot the designated orbit and was lost eventually. Photo: US astronaut Kjell Lindgen, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and Japan astronaut Kimiya Yui
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
For Kononenko, 51, this is a third orbital mission in his career of a space researcher. He has already spent 391 days in space and has done three spacewalks
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko with his daughter Alice as his son Andrew
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
Yui, 45, and Lindgren, 42, have begun their first space mission. Photo: US astronaut Kjell Lindgen, a crew member of the ISS Expedition 44/45
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
Russian Space Agency experts testing a space suit of Japan astronaut Kimiya Yui
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
In the course of the mission at the ISS, Oleg Kononenko will do an experiment on remote controlling of the robots based on the Earth from space. Photo: Oleg Kononenko and Kjell N. Lindgren
© Mikhail Japaridze/TASS
The crew will be expected to receive and handle two Progress cargo craft, one Japanese and one American cargo carrier during the mission
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
Officials, friends and families of US astronaut Kjell Lindgen, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and Japan astronaut Kimiya Yui prior to the launch of Soyuz rocket
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
Soyuz rocket launch to the International Space Station from Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin

The Soyuz-FG launch vehicle lifted off from the Baikonur Space Center in central Kazakhstan at 00:03 Moscow Standard Time on Thursday (21:03 GMT on Wednesday). Nine minutes after the launch, the spacecraft separated from the carrier rocket and began an autonomous flight that lasted six hours. Initially, the crew of Expedition 44/45 was to start off on the space mission on May 26 but Roscosmos had to revise the date in the wake of a defaulted launch of the Progress M-27M cargo craft, which overshot the designated orbit and was lost eventually. Soyuz rocket launch with new space station crew - in photo gallery by TASS.

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