Some of the International Space Station Crew Come Home

Kazakhstan--

A Russian Soyuz space capsule with three astronauts on board landed safely in Kazakhstan on Friday, September 16th, leaving a single three-man crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS).

The U.S. Astronaut and two Russian Cosmonaut appeared in good health after landing. The crew members were carried on their chairs to a makeshift inflatable hospital for medical checks. The returning crew had spent 164 days in space, NASA said.


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