HOUSTON—Three U.S., European and Russian astronauts descended to a safe landing on the subfreezing steppes of northern Kazakhstan late Nov. 9, after departing the International Space Station to end a 165-day mission marked by the restart of scheduled NASA spacewalks, wide-ranging research activities and resupply missions. The Soyuz TMA-13M carrying NASA’s Reid Wiseman; Alexander Gerst of the European Space Agency; and cosmonaut Maxim Suraev touched down under parachute 53 mi. ...

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