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Chinese astronauts meet media ahead of Thursday's launch

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Astronauts who will be blasting off on Thursday for China's first manned mission to its new space station meet the media. The mission will be China's longest crewed space mission to date and the first in nearly five years. IMAGES

Added on the 16/06/2021 05:44:42 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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