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Soyuz TMA-15 landed in the fog. / December 2, 2009 /

The Soyuz TMA-15 landed safely in Kazakhstan, Interfax reports. On board the ship are three people — Rossiyanin Roman Romanenko, Belgian Frank De Winne and Canadian Robert Thirsk. Planting took place in normal mode.

According to preliminary data, the crew feels normal. Was reported earlier that the landing area is heavy fog. In addition, the Mission Control Center does not exclude the possibility of «wash», said RIA Novosti.

Soyuz TMA-15 "set sail from the International Space Station early in the morning the first of December. Command was given to undock at 06:53 Moscow time. This information is provided in the press service of Roskosmos. In orbit the ship spent six months — it was launched from Baikonur on May 27, 2009. The crew of the Union worked on the ISS for a total of 188 days.

After separation of the spacecraft at the station were two astronauts — American Jeffrey Williams and Rossiyanin Maxim Suraev. The latter became famous for Space blog, which leads to the astronaut’s orbit. Entries and photos Maxima Suraeva can be found here.

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