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Russia's Soyuz capsule lands in Kazakhstan after ISS visit

A Russian Soyuz spacecraft has landed safely in Kazakhstan, bringing three crew members back from the International Space Station (ISS).

US astronaut Mike Fossum, Japan's Satoshi Furukawa and Russia's Sergei Volkov spent 165 days on the ISS.

The Soyuz is now the only means of reaching the ISS after the US ended its shuttle programme earlier this year.

Daniel Sandford reports from Moscow.

  • 22 Nov 2011
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