It was a soft landing and the crew is feeling well – that is the word from mission control outside Moscow after a Russian capsule brought back a multinational team from the International Space Station.
On board was the American millionaire scientist and entrepreneur, Gregory Olsen. He spent a week with the crew, having paid a reported 20 million dollars. He is the world’s third space tourist.
Russian cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev and US astronaut John Phillips had spent six months on the ISS trying to get it in better shape.
Another Russian-US duo has taken over.