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Thomas Pesquet hands over ISS command to Anton Shkaplerov


"All the ground teams really across the world made it easy on us to live and work onboard the ISS," astronaut Thomas Pesquet says during a change of command ceremony aboard the International Space Station. SOUNDBITE

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