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ISS crew lands in Kazakhstan after more than 200 days

by Rahul Chauhan
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An international space station crew landed safely in Kazakhstan after more than 200 days in space. The Soyuz capsule with NASA astronauts Andrew Morgan, Jessica Meir and Russian space agency Roscosmos & # 39; Oleg Skripochka landed near the city of Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan on Friday at 11:16 AM (0516 GMT).

The crew returned to Earth exactly 50 years after the Apollo 13 astronauts crashed into the Pacific after an oxygen tank explosion aborted the moon landing mission. Morgan completed a 272-day mission on his maiden flight to space. He conducted seven spacewalks, four of which to enhance and extend the life of the station’s Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, looking for evidence of dark matter in the universe.

Meir and Skripochka spent 205 days in space, with Meir taking the first three all-female spacewalks with her crew member Christina Koch, who returned from space in February.

(This story has not been edited by staff and is automatically generated from a syndicated feed.)


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