Koichi Wakata, the first Japanese astronaut to command the International Space Station, takes a call on the steppe of Kazakhstan May 13 after capping a 188-day mission with a picture-perfect landing in the Russian Soyuz capsule visible in the background. Joining him on reentry were NASA’s Rick...
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