ISS Crew Lands In Remote Kazakhstan

HOUSTON — The first Japanese command of the International Space Station drew to a close late May 13, as the Soyuz TMA-11M crew transport departed the six-person orbiting laboratory with Japan’s Koichi Wakata, American Rick Mastracchio and Russian Mikhail Turin and descended safely to Earth. The...

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