International Space Station Expedition 41 Astronaut Crew Lands Safely in Kazakhstan

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Expedition 41 Commander Max Suraev of the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos), NASA Flight Engineer Reid Wiseman and Flight Engineer Alexander Gerst of the European Space Agency landed safely on the steppe of Kazakhstan near the town of Arkalyk on Nov. 10, Kazakh time, after bidding farewell to the Expedition 42 crew members and undocking their Soyuz TMA-13M spacecraft from the Rassvet module on the International Space Station. The trio completed 165 days in space since launching in late May. After landing, Suraev, Wiseman and Gerst were assisted into reclining chairs by Russian and U.S. personnel to begin their adaptation to gravity after being extracted from their spacecraft. The footage includes the change of command ceremony that took place on the station Nov. 8 in which Suraev handed over command of the complex to NASA Flight Engineer Barry Wilmore.

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