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3 astronauts land in Kazakhstan in Soyuz spacecraft


10-30-2016 13:05 BJT

A Soyuz spacecraft carrying three crew members from the International Space Station has just landed in Kazakhstan, at about 4 AM GMT.

The crew are Anatoly Ivanishin from the Russian space agency Roscosmos, Kate Rubins from NASA and Takuya Onishi from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency.

The three spent 115 days in space since their launch in July. They undocked their spacecraft from the orbital outpost earlier on Sunday morning. It took them three and half hours to fly back to earth.

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