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The crews of manned spacecraft "Soyuz TMA-22" took off in Baikonur. / November 1, 2011 /

October 31 Baikonur to continue training for space flight crews flew a manned spacecraft «Soyuz TMA-22».

Aircraft with the crew — cosmonauts Roskomosa Shkaplerovym Anton, Anatolii Ivanishin and NASA astronaut Daniel Burbank flew from the airfield Chkalovsky. After a while, went after them with a plane-doublers Russian cosmonaut Gennady Padalka, Sergei Revin and U.S. astronaut Joseph Acaba.

Before sending astronauts to the launch site were photographed with their families in Star City, near the monument Y. Gagarin, answered questions from the media about the readiness for flight, goals and objectives of the expedition.

At Baikonur, the main and backup crews will continue training for space flight.

Launch of manned spacecraft «Soyuz TMA-22» with a crew of 29/30 long expeditions scheduled for November 14.

Press Service of the Russian Space Agency


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