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Soyuz TMA-16 Prelaunch Tests Continue Successfully. / September 10, 2009 /

Baikonur space port: preparations for the next crew launch go on.
Russian space industry experts carried out «duzzling» of the solar arrays to check their power level.
Soyuz-FG with Soyuz TMA-16 crew vehicle aboard is planned to fly on Sept. 30. The vehicle will transport Max Suraev, Jeff Williams and Guy Laliberte to the International Space Station.

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