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July 19th, 2007
Brazil launches scientific research rocket
Brazil successfully launched on Thursday its VSB-30 scientific research rocket from the Alcantara Launch Center, in the northeastern state of Maranhao.
Brazil's scientists have sent up nine experiments covering biotechnology, engineering, physics, nanotechnology and medicine.
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