HOUSTON—A three-person U.S, Russian and Japanese International Space Station (ISS) crew descended safely to Earth early June 3, the first step in a five-day exchange of personnel aboard the orbiting science lab. The Russian Soyuz MS-07 capsule with NASA’s Scott Tingle, Russia’s Anton Shkaplerov and Japan’s Norishige Kanai descended slowed by parachute into central Kazakhstan, touching down under clear skies at 8:39 a.m. EDT, or 6:39 p.m. local time, ending a ...

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