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NASA begins Russia hitchhiker program (video)

The Soyuz TMA-22 has left Earth’s atmosphere, launching the new era of NASA’s space program: hitching rides to the International Space Station on Russian spacecraft. After the closure of the U.S. space shuttle program, the Russian spacecraft is the only way to reach the station. Concerns about the joint venture into space arose last month after an unmanned Russian ship crashed, but NASA announced the agency was confident the Russian program had corrected the problem, the Associated Press reports.
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