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SpaceX Crew Dragon undocks from ISS for return to Earth

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The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft has undocked from the International Space Station and started its journey to return to Earth with two US astronauts aboard. Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken spent two months aboard the orbiting laboratory after becoming the first US astronauts to reach ISS on an American spacecraft in nearly a decade. IMAGES

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