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November 7, 2014
Categories: ESA, ISS, NASA, Science, Soyuz

The landing of Soyuz TMA-13M spacecraft is scheduled for November 10, – colonel Yaroslav Roschupkin reported on Friday.

Soyuz crew comprises Roscosmos cosmonaut Maksim Surayev, NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman and ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst. Onboard the ISS they have spent 162 days.

“The landing of Soyuz  TMA-13M spacecraft descent module is planned for 06.47, November 10, 2014 and will take place in Arkalyk region, – Roschupkin stated.

He also specified that search and rescue teams have already arrived in Kazakhstan to ensure the safe landing of the crew. About 300 militaries, 14 helicopters Mi-8 2 An-26 aircrafts and 6 specialized rescue vehicles will take place in search and rescue operations.

Along with the crew space generation of fruit flies received during the studies of Zero-G impact on multi-celled highly organized living organisms.

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