International space trio lands in Kazakhstan

By REUTERS
November 22, 2011 04:52

 
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ALMATY - Three astronauts inside a Russian Soyuz capsule parachuted safely back to Earth on Tuesday, landing on the snowbound Kazakh steppe after nearly six months on the International Space Station.

U.S. astronaut Mike Fossum, Japan's Satoshi Furukawa and Russian cosmonaut Sergei Volkov landed at 0226 GMT, shortly before sunrise at the landing site in Kazakhstan, NASA TV showed.

"The Soyuz has landed on its side -- not unusual in windy conditions," NASA said.

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