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News Brief: Two days after their launch, a fresh trio of spacefliers floated through the International Space Station’s hatch today to start a five-month tour of duty in orbit. The arrival of Russia’s Oleg Artemyev and NASA’s Drew Feustel and Ricky Arnold aboard a Russian Soyuz spacecraft brought the crew back up to its full strength of six. “We’re all looking forward to getting to work,” Feustel said. The station’s three other spacefliers are Russian commander Anton Shkaplerov, NASA’s Scott Tingle and Japan’s Norishige Kanai.

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