Successful Soyuz Rocket Launch to ISS After Previous Failure

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Yuri Gagarinovich Smirnov
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On March 23, 2024, Russia successfully launched a Soyuz rocket carrying a crew to the International Space Station after a failed attempt earlier in the week. The Soyuz MS-25 mission is anticipated to dock at the ISS on March 25 at 6:10 p.m. Moscow time, as announced by Russia’s space agency Roscosmos. The launch comes after the previous attempt was canceled just seconds before takeoff. The successful mission demonstrates Russia's continued commitment to space exploration and collaboration with the ISS.

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