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An international three-man crew on board a Russian-made Soyuz capsule touched down successfully on a cloudless central Kazakhstan steppe Monday morning after 123 days at the International Space Station.
A trio of astronauts traveling onboard a Russian-made Soyuz capsule has reached the International Space Station, two days after launching from the Baikonur cosmodrome in southern Kazakhstan.