Successful Dragon Splashdown concludes tenth SpaceX Visit to ISS

SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft parachuted into the Pacific Ocean on Sunday, returning after a month-long mission to the International Space Station, delivering critical supplies to the orbiting outpost and picking up precious samples and science equipment eagerly awaited in laboratories across the United States

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Flawless Sunday Morning Landing caps 115-Day International Space Station Mission

Temperatures were barely above freezing Sunday morning when a Soyuz space capsule parachuted to a safe landing in South Central Kazakhstan, returning with a crew from Russia, Japan and the U.S. after circling the Earth 1,840 times in a busy mission to the International Space Station.

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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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