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Live Stream of Launch to the ISS

Watch the first manned launch to the International Space Station (ISS) since the failed Soyuz launch in August. This video is a live feed from SpaceFlightNow! The launch begins at 11:14PM EST.

The feed should begin automatically. (EDIT: I disabled automatic playing since the launch ended - It was a complete success!)
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Two cosmonauts, Anton Shkaplerov and Anatoly Ivanishin, as well as one astronaut, Daniel Burbank will be ascending to the ISS in what is the first manned launch since the last Shuttle (Atlantis) docked on July 10 2011.

Vladimir Popovkin, the director of Roscosmos, the Russian Federal Space Agency is confident that the launch and docking will be carried out successfully. He was quoted as saying, "We have no doubt in our minds both the rocket and the vehicle are ready, all the activities have been done at the appropriate level of quality and reliability." Regardless, you can be sure that the world will watch with admiration as these three brave men ascend to the ISS.

If you view this after the launch the feed will just go to live NASA TV, if anything. I will make sure it doesn't start automatically following the Soyuz docking with the ISS.