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The Russian Defence ministry shares images of Russian Soyuz rocket carrying the new Prichal docking module for the International Space Station blasting off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Prichal -- which means "pier" in Russian -- is the second permanent addition to the Russian segment of the ISS this year, after the lond-awaited arrival of the Nauka lab module. IMAGES

Added on the 25/11/2021 11:05:10 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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