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launch with great force

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A spokesman from Blast Off! made this announcement on Twitter: "Sadly, due a licensing issue at Starworks can't open tomorrow so we have to cancel Blast Off!.
"Back to School Blast Off! helps to make sure that a lack of financial resources does not have an impact on a child's education."
The Falcon Heavy rocket is poised to blast off Tuesday afternoon from Florida's Kennedy Space Center.
Promoted by Blast Off, the tickets will be PS25 advance, available from Gigantic and
Blast Off has very appealing graphics and is pleasing to the eyes.
BLAST OFF: SSI''s Phil Dryden at the launch of the the new Pulverised Coal Injection Plant
Azran Osman-Rani, the airline chief executive officer, said, 'We are pleased to usher in 2012 with our Blast Off 2012 promotion which offers low fare deals to selected AirAsia X destinations.
BLAST OFF Mission to Mars at the Northern Stage by Unlimited Theatre
The nation's space shuttle program is being retired next year after three decades and more than 133 flights -- including the final voyage by Discovery, which is set to blast off in a few days.
Which space shuttle will blast off on its final flight next week, carrying a crew of six and supplies to the International Space Station?
Cdr Scott Altman, who is due to blast off with his crew from Kennedy Space Centre at Cape Canaveral, said: "It's a belt-and-braces approach.
BLAST OFF: The Soyuz-FG rocket booster with Soyuz TMA-14 spacecraft carrying a new crew to the international space station blasts off from the Russian-leased Baikonur Cosmodrome PICTURE: AP
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Muslims in Malaysia held special prayers Friday for the successful mission of the country's first astronaut who will blast off for the International Space Station next week.