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SpaceX brings NASA astronauts home safe in milestone mission

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America's first crewed spaceship to fly to the International Space Station in nearly a decade returns safely to Earth. "This has been quite an odyssey," says US astronaut Doug Hurley.

Added on the 03/08/2020 06:27:35 - Copyright : AFP EN

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