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New Crew Joins International Space Station

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News video: New Crew Joins International Space StationTwo Russians and an American have boarded the International Space Station. American Joseph Acaba and Russians Gennady Padalka and Sergei Revlin are set to spend four and a half months in space. (May 17)

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