NASA's Scott Kelly is back in the U.S., after a year in space
The man who set the record for the most consecutive days in space by an American made it back to Earth Tuesday, and now he's made it home to the U.S.
Astronaut Scott Kelly, who landed in Kazakhstan from the International Space Station, touched down at Ellington Field in Houston at around 2.15 a.m. ET Thursday. Kelly and his identical brother, Mark Kelly — who is a retired fellow astronaut and husband to former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords — will be examined by NASA doctors.
Scott Kelly's adventure in the skies was part of a study of twins. Mark remained earthbound for his part of the study,... read more
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