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Three crew members of Soyuz Russia MS-09 space ships return to Earth



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KOROLIOV, RUSSIA (Sputnik) – Three crew of Soyuz Russia's spacecraft returned MS-09 to Earth.

"Landing said," said the Flight Management Center screen outside Moscow, as soon as the recoverable capsule was declined in stepp in Kazakhstan.

He had three socks back – Germany Alexander Herst (ESA), the Serena Auñón-Chancellor of America (NASA) and Serguéi Prokópiev Russia (Roscosmos) – welcomed by approval at the Center, reported Sputnik's correspondent.

Over 200 technicians were used with 13 helicopters, two aircraft and a score of auxiliary equipment in the landing area, about 147 kilometers southeast of Zhezkasgan, to locate the astronauts, removed from capsule, make the first reforms and move them to the center.

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Other materials include the ship's crew bringing many Earth samples to help technicians explain the origin of a hole that caused air leakage in the Russian parts and the International Space Station (ISS) on August 30.

The hole had drilled almost inside the Soyuz MS 09, which was dumped to the orbital station in last June, and sealed with patches.

An internal commission created by Russia's Russian energy engineering corporation Energia (manufacturer of the ship) excluded the manufacturing deficit as the potential cause of the hole.

On 11 December, Russian Kosmonau Oleg Kononenko and Sergei Prokópiev, who work in the ISS, made space to explore the outer surface of the Soyuz.

The cosmonauts broke two pieces of protection against micrometeorites, and took samples of the substance used to seal the hole and stored in a container that returned to the Earth on Thursday.

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Roscosmos Russian space corporation will be investigated by the case.

Soyuz spacecraft also brings samples of human cartilage thyroid gland and a mouse produced in the Russian and ISS parts with a 3D biological printer in mid-October.

There are currently three members of the crew on board: the Russian Oleg Kononenko, the David Saint-Jacques Canada and the American Anne Charlotte McClain.

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