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Soyuz module with three-man US-Russian crew lands on earth following ISS missions

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A record-breaking US astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts reach earth, with tensions between Moscow and the West soaring over Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Russia's space agency Roscosmos said. NASA's Mark Vande Hei is returning after setting a new record for the single longest spaceflight by a NASA astronaut, clocking 355 days aboard the International Space Station. IMAGES

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