Russia launches first space flight since crash (Reuters)

Hurricane Katia is seen from the International Space Station in this NASA handout picture taken August 31, 2011 and released on September 1, 2011. REUTERS/NASA/HandoutReuters - Russia launched its first unmanned space flight to supply the International Space Station Sunday since an August crash left a half-sized crew on the orbital outpost and raised concerns over Moscow’s role as the sole space flight provider.

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