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Tōkyō : Japan | Jul 20, 2012 at 8:44 PM PDT
Source: Channel NewsAsia
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A Japanese H-IIB rocket blasted off to deliver an unmanned supplies vessel to the International Space Station...The rocket is carrying a cargo vessel called "konotori" (stork in Japanese), containing supplies such as food, clothing and tools necessary for experiments to be done in space. FULL ARTICLE AT Channel NewsAsia
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A Japanese H-IIB rocket has blasted off to deliver an unmanned supplies vessel to the International Space Station
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    An H-IIB rocket blasted off Saturday from the Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture and released the unmanned Konotori cargo transport on a weeklong journey to the International Space Station. The Konotori, loaded with 4.6 tons of supplies,...

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