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The launch of the rocket that was to carry Japan’s Kimiya Yui and two other astronauts to the International Space Station this month has been postponed to July, Russian media reports said Friday.

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) said authorities in the countries involved in the Soyuz mission will rearrange the launch schedule next week.

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