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Soyuz with Crew of International Space Station is Back to Earth
18.06.2016 19:41
Soyuz with Crew of International Space Station is Back to Earth

Soyuz TMA-19M  with its international crew has successfully returned to the Earth.

      The spacecraft has landed in the steppes of Kazakhstan. The astronauts Yury Malenchenko from Roscosmos, Timothy Kopra from NASA and Timothy Nigel Peake from ESA were on its board. Soon they should have medical examination.

      The crew of the International Space Station 46/47 worked at the orbit for 186 days. Until the arrival of the next expedition the work onboard will be continued by Alexey Ovchinin and Oleg Skripochka from Russia and Jeffrey Williams from America.

      Launch of the next expedition was initially planned for June 24, but has been postponed till July 7.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: International Space Station Russian Astronauts    

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