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Soyuz MS-08 crew completes 197-day space station missionDerek RichardsonOctober 4th, 2018
After spending 197 days in space, three members of the International Space Station’s Expedition 56 crew returned to Earth in their Soyuz MS-08 spacecraft, landing in Kazakhstan some 300 miles (500 kilometers) from where they launched in March.
International Space Station crew size doubles with Soyuz MS-08 dockingDerek RichardsonMarch 24th, 2018
The International Space Station returned to its full crew compliment of six people after the three-person Soyuz MS-08 docked with the orbiting outpost to join the ongoing Expedition 55.
Gallery: Soyuz MS-08 launches toward ISSDerek RichardsonMarch 21st, 2018
In the sparsely populated Kazakh Steppe in Kazakhstan, Russia's state-run space corporation, Roscosmos, launched three people to the International Space Station. Soyuz MS-08 lifted off pad 1/5 at 1:44 p.m. EDT (17:44 GMT) March 21, 2018, from Baikonur Cosmodrome.
Soyuz MS-08 trio lights up Kazakh sky to begin 2-day trek to ISSDerek RichardsonMarch 21st, 2018
Lighting up the Kazakh Steppe at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, three fresh International Space Station crew members launched toward space to begin a two-day chase of the orbiting outpost. Soyuz MS-08 launched at 1:44 p.m. EDT (17:44 GMT) March 21, 2018.
Soyuz MS-08 trio set for 2-day flight to ISSDerek RichardsonMarch 20th, 2018
Three more people are set to leave Earth to live aboard the International Space Station for about five months. They are slated to launch in their Soyuz MS-08 spacecraft at 1:44 p.m. EDT (05:44 GMT) March 21, 2018, from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.