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October 4, 2018
Categories: ISS, Russia, Soyuz

The crew of the “Soyuz MS-08” spaceship, undocked today from the International Space Station (ISS), returned safely to Earth.

The landing unit with the cosmonaut of Roscosmos Oleg Artemyev, NASA astronauts Andrew Feustel and Richard Arnold landed in the Kazakhstan on October 4, 2018 at 14:45 Moscow time.

All operations on descent from orbit and landing were carried out regularly.

The health of the crew members returning to Earth is good.

The duration of stay in the space flight of the crew of the expedition ISS-55/56 was 197 days.

“Soyuz MS-08” spacecraft has been a part of the ISS since March 23, 2018.

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