Space Station Crewmembers Safely Return To Earth

HOUSTON—Three International Space Station (ISS) crewmembers ended a 204-day mission late June 24, U.S. time, as their Russian Soyuz spacecraft descended under parachute to a successful landing on the plains of central Kazakhstan. NASA’s Anne McClain, the Canadian Space Agency’s David Saint-Jacques...

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