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Four astronauts return to Earth in SpaceX capsule to wrap up six-month station mission

  • Four astronauts, including the first person from the Arab world, returned to Earth after a six-month stay at the International Space Station. They expressed their longing for hot showers, coffee, and ocean air since their arrival in March. The delayed homecoming included a spectacular capsule streaking across the sky over Cape Canaveral.
  • SpaceX launched the replacements for the returning astronauts over a week ago. Another crew switch is planned later this month, with the return of two Russians and one American who have spent an entire year in space due to a coolant leak in their Soyuz capsule.
  • The International Space Station currently houses seven astronauts between crew swaps.
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