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He's taking oxygen to the space station.

The Soyuz 2-1a rocket was launched from the Baykonur space base of Kazakhstan to take fuel, food and oxygen to the International Space Station.

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From Baykonur space base of Kazakhstan, Soyuz 2-1a rocket, which will take fuel, food and oxygen to International Space Station has been launched.

According to Kazinform agency, Soyuz 2-1a rocket carrying progres MC-07 cargo capsule began on space journey.

The cargo capsule carrying fuel, oxygen and food supplies for International Space Station is scheduled to arrive at station in 2 days.

The space journey of Soyuz 2-1a rocket was postponed for reasons not disclosed 1 minute before launching on Thursday.

The International Space Stationis conducting scientific research by combining modules by Russia, US, Japan, Europe and Canadian Space organizations.



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