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Утром 11 октября на космодроме Байконур в Испытательном учебно-тренировочном комплексе НИИ ЦПК им. Ю.А.Гагарина прошла церемония подъема флагов государств, участвующих в реализации программы полета экипажей 33/34-й длительной экспедиции на МКС.

Олег Новицкий, Евгений Тарелкин, Кевин Форд, Павел Виноградов, Александр Мисуркин и Кристофер Кэссиди подняли флаги России, США и Казахстана.

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Tags: baikonur; cosmodrome; roscosmos; nasa; iss; international space station
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