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Russian Soyuz rocket launches with 36 OneWeb satellites onboard

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From Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan the Russian Soyuz 2.1B rocket blasts into space carrying 36 new satellites, from British operator OneWeb. IMAGES

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