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KOROLYOV (Moscow region), July 1 (Itar-Tass) — The descent module with three astronauts from ISS Expedition 30/31 landed on the steppes of Kazakhstan at 12:15 Moscow time, sources from the Mission Control Centre outside Moscow report.
The capsule landed in the designated area, southeast of Dzhezkazgan, they specified. Search-and-rescue groups are on their way to the landing site.