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Launch from Baikonur of the manned Soyuz-TMA spaceship with the tenth crew to the International Space Station has been set for 7:06, Moscow time, October 14
The decision has been taken on Friday by the joint commission of specialists from the Federal Space Agency, Energia Space Rocketry Corporation and other space enterprises, RIA Novosti quotes FSA official spokesman Vyacheslav Davidenko as saying after the commission ended its work. The tenth expedition of American Leroy Ciao, Russian Salizhan Sharipov and Yuri Shargin of the Russian Space Troops (he will fly on a 10-day visiting mission) had already been put off, for technical reasons, from October 9 to 11. Then, the delay was explained by malfunctions in the docking system. On September 28 the Space Agency announced another put-off. Today, the joint commission has had the final say. Meanwhile, the Baikonur cosmodrome has never ended the pre-launch preparations. Specialists from a Baikonur branch and the head enterprise of the TsSKB-Progress, based in Samara, have assembled the first and second stages of the Soyuz-FG carrier rocket. Pneumatic tests of the ship's systems have been made.
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