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'We are ready to work' say newly docked ISS astronauts


Four astronauts who docked with the International Space Station say they are 'ready to work' during a live link with the Kennedy Space Center. The now complete crew will spend six months on the ISS working on a variety of scientific experiments and space walks.

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