The Soyuz capsule landed in Kazakhstan on Thursday with two Russians and an American on board. NASA’s Barry Wilmore and Russians Alexander Samokutayev and Elena Serova ended their nearly six-month mission aboard the International Space Station after the capsule landed upright on the Kazakh steppes in Dzhezkazgan. All three astronauts appeared to be in good condition and were undergoing brief medical tests. Three more crew members remain on the ISS and two more are scheduled to arrive on March 27.
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