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The Russian Soyuz space capsule approaches land in central Kazakhstan.Carla Cioffi/NASA/Reuters

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The Russian Soyuz space capsule descends some 150 kilometres southeast of the town of Zhezkazgan, in central Kazakhstan, May 14, 2013.SERGEI REMEZOV/Reuters

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In this image provided by NASA the Soyuz spacecraft is seen as it is about to land in central Kazakhstan, on May 14, 2013.Carla Cioffi/NASA/The Associated Press

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The Russian Soyuz space capsule lands in central Kazakhstan May 14, 2013.SERGEI REMEZOV/Reuters

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Russian cosmonaut Roman Romanenko looks out from the Russian Soyuz space capsule after its landing in central Kazakhstan May 14, 2013.SERGEI REMEZOV/Reuters

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A medic examines U.S. astronaut Tom Marshburn .SERGEI REMEZOV/Reuters

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Ground personnel carry Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield.Sergei Remizov/The Associated Press

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Ground personnel carry Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield.SERGEI REMEZOV/Reuters

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Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, left, Russian cosmonaut Roman Romanenko, centre, and U.S. astronaut Tom Marshburn sit after leaving the Russian Soyuz space capsule following its landing in central Kazakhstan May 14, 2013.Carla Cioffi/NASA/Reuters

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Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, left, Russian cosmonaut Roman Romanenko, centre, and U.S. astronaut Tom Marshburn pose for a picture after leaving the Russian Soyuz space capsule following its landing in central Kazakhstan May 14, 2013.SERGEI REMEZOV/Reuters

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Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield gives a thumbs-up.SERGEI REMEZOV/Reuters

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