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And now it's two up, three down

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Jack Fischer and Fyodor Yurchikhin landed safely in Soyuz MS-04 shortly after midnight BST, having been in orbit since April. With them was Peggy Whitson, who has been aboard the ISS since last November. She now holds all the US spaceflight records except one (longest single flight, still down to Scott Kelly). Whitson's total time in space is 665 days 22 hours 44 minutes, and this particular mission lasted 289 days 5 hours 2 minutes.


Whitson's total time still leaves her only eighth overall: the record holder is Gennadi Padalka, with 878 days 11 hours 31 minutes.

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