US astronauts, Russian cosmonauts arrested on Soyuz

An American historian and two Russian sailors also returned from the International Space Station, showing that communication could continue in space as the neck rises above Earth. .

NASA’s Mark Vande Hey, who now spends 355 days more time on a single space voyage than any other U.S. astronaut in history, landed with his fellow Expedition 66 , cosmonauts Pyotr Dubrov and Anton Shkaplerov of Roscosmos, the Russian air force. The three crashed Wednesday (March 30) at 7:28 am EDT (1128 GMT or 5:28 pm local) aboard Russia’s Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft, en route to the steppe of eastern Kazakhstan south of the city of Dzhezkazgan. They landed just four hours after leaving the International Space Station.

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