NASA reveals crews for first flights of commercial spaceships
Soyuz lands in Kazakhstan, bringing three station crewmen back to Earth
Live coverage: International crew lands in Kazakhstan
Veteran Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, flanked by Japanese flight engineer Kimiya Yui and NASA astronaut Kjell Lindgren, boarded a Soyuz landing craft Friday and made a parachute-assisted touchdown in Kazakhstan at 1312 GMT (8:12 a.m. EST) to close out more than 141 days on the International Space Station.
Three space station fliers set for landing Friday
Spacewalk snapshots show recent station EVAs
Spacewalkers reconfigure station cooling system
Space station commander Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren carried out a busy but mostly trouble-free spacewalk Friday, routing ammonia coolant back to the prime radiator used by one of the lab’s solar arrays and bypassing a secondary radiator that was activated three years ago to help pinpoint a coolant leak.
Kelly, Lindgren set for second spacewalk
Station astronauts complete tedious spacewalk
Space station commander Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren carried out a tedious seven-hour 16-minute spacewalk Wednesday, installing cables needed for a new docking mechanism, mounting insulation panels on a physics experiment to improve cooling and lubricating the latching mechanism of the station’s robot arm.