Space trio lands in Kazakhstan after bad weather delay

Still image taken from video shows NASA's Kevin Ford of the U.S. being attended to after being helped out of the Russian Soyuz space capsule following its landing in the steppes of Kazakhstan, northeast of the town of ArkalykALMATY (Reuters) – A Russian Soyuz capsule made a “bull’s eye” landing in the steppes of Kazakhstan on Saturday, delivering a Russian-American trio from the International Space Station, a day after its originally scheduled touchdown was delayed by foul weather. NASA’s Kevin Ford and Russian cosmonauts Oleg Novitskiy and Evgeny Tarelkin, who had manned the $100 billion orbital outpost since October as Expedition 34, landed in cloudy weather at 7:06 a.m. Moscow time (0306 GMT) northeast of the town of Arkalyk. …