Former ISS commander Oleg Kotov of Russia attends a news conference, wearing a traditional Kazakh hat and costume, in Karaganda, March 11, 2014. An American astronaut and two Russians who carried a ... more 
Former ISS commander Oleg Kotov of Russia attends a news conference, wearing a traditional Kazakh hat and costume, in Karaganda, March 11, 2014. An American astronaut and two Russians who carried a Sochi Olympic torch into open space landed safely and on time on Tuesday in Kazakhstan, defying bad weather and ending their 166-day mission aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Inside the capsule were Kotov and flight engineers Sergei Ryazansky and Michael Hopkins from NASA. The trio launched together into space on September 25. REUTERS/Vasily Maximov/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: TRANSPORT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) less 
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Tue, Mar 11, 2014 7:06 AM EDT