Expedition 24 Commander Alexander Skvortsov, NASA Flight Engineer Tracy Caldwell Dyson and Russian Flight Engineer Mikhail Kornienko landed safely in Kazakhstan on Sept. 25 following farewells and undocking from the International Space Station. The trio was originally scheduled to return to Earth on the Sept. 24, but problems with the Poisk module docking mechanism forced managers and engineers to postpone the trip by one day. Skvortsov, Caldwell Dyson and Kornienko spent almost six months in space.
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