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Interview members of the 33/34-y long expedition to the ISS
Baikonur

Morning, October 11 2012 at the end of Flag-raising ceremony in Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center, crew members of long expedition to the ISS Oleg Novitsky, Eugene Tarelkin and Kevin Ford answered journalists' questions.

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