First Upgraded Soyuz Carries Space Station Trio To Earth

HOUSTON—The first of Russia’s upgraded Soyuz crew transports departed the International Space Station (ISS) late Oct. 29 and descended to Earth in remote Kazakhstan, ending a 115-day assignment aboard the orbiting science laboratory for NASA’s Kate Rubins, Russia’s Anatoli Ivanishin and Japan’s...

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