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SpaceX successfully returns NASA, ESA astronauts from space station

SpaceX successfully returns NASA, ESA astronauts from space station

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Three NASA astronauts and one from the ESA (European Space Agency) landed safely on Earth from the International Space Station on Friday.

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The international crew of four: NASA astronauts Kayla Barron, Raja Chari, and Tom Marshburn, and ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer returned to Earth aboard SpaceX Dragon Endurance spacecraft at 12:43 a.m. EDT.

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They spent 177 days in orbit - NASA's third long-duration commercial crew mission.

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"And... splashdown! Dragon has safely made it home with precious cargo aboard: four #Crew3 astronauts!" NASA wrote on Twitter.

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"NASA's partnership with SpaceX has again empowered us to deliver a crew safely to the space station 

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and back, enabling groundbreaking science that will help our astronauts travel farther out into the cosmos than ever before

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