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Capsule From International Space Station Landed Safety In Kazakhstan

The International Space Station now has three crew members on board- two Americans and one Russian

Under President Donald Trump’s 2019 proposed budget released, Monday, Feb. 12, 2018, U.S. government funding for the space station would cease by 2025.

A Russian Soyuz space capsule carrying three astronauts from the International Space Station has landed safely in Kazakhstan.

The capsule landed Sunday evening, ending a 168-day mission and contained NASA astronaut Scott Tingle along with crew members from Japan and Russia.

They’ll undergo medical exams before being flown to either Moscow or Houston.

The International Space Station now has three crew members on board- two Americans and one Russian.

Another three will be launched to the space station on Wednesday from Kazakhstan. 

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