Late Afternoon Soyuz Landing Caps Successful Homecoming of Space Station Crew Duo

It was a warm summertime evening in the Kazakh steppe on Friday when a Soyuz Capsule carrying two ISS crew members from France and Russia parachuted to a safe landing one hour before sunset, closing out a half-year space mission that circled the Earth 3,136 times and covered over 130 million Kilometers.

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French-American Spacewalking Duo aces busy EVA, ISS Docking Module ready for Robotic Relocation

Two Astronauts aboard the International Space Station ventured outside the hatches of the orbiting complex on Friday, spending six and a half hours spacewalking to complete a number of tasks including preparations for the relocation of one of the Station’s docking modules on Sunday.

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Video: Stunning Views of Soyuz Undocking & Departure

The Soyuz TMA-19M spacecraft departed the International Space Station Saturday morning to begin a two-orbit free flight ahead of its deorbit burn and parachute assisted landing to return Yuri Malenchenko, Tim Kopra and Time Peake to Earth after a 186-day flight.

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