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More than 7,500 pounds of supplies and research are headed to the #ISS wih the successful launch of today's Northrup Grummon CRS-10 launch. This pre-launch briefing, held earlier this week, detailed some of that cargo - including some surprises for the crew and the reason behind the very early launch time!
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