After spending almost a full year in space, NASA’s Scott Kelly returned to his home in Houston early in the morning of March 3, landing at Ellington Field near the Johnson Space Center just over 24 hours after he and Russian cosmonauts Sergey Volkov and Mikhail Kornienko landed in their Soyuz TMA-18M spacecraft near Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan. Kelly and Kornienko spent 340 days in space after launching in March 2015 gathering valuable biomedical data on the long duration effects of weightlessness on the human body that will be used to formulate a human mission to Mars. After landing at Ellington, Kelly disembarked the NASA plane that brought him home to a jubilant greeting from well-wishers.
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