- Astronaut Christina Koch returned to Earth after an 11-month mission, breaking the world record for the most time spent by a woman in space.
- Koch landed in Kazakhstan with two other crew members from Expedition 61 after working on the International Space Station, conducting experiments and replacing technology.
- During the mission, Koch captured photos 250 miles above Earth, some of which you can see below.
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Astronaut Christina Koch, 41, returned to Earth on Thursday after spending 328 days — 11 months — in space, breaking the record for the longest time spent in space by a woman, NASA announced.
Koch landed in a Russian spacecraft in Kazakhstan with two other crew members from Expedition 61.
During the Expedition 61, Koch and five other crew members lived on the International Space Station conducting experiments and replacing outdated technology.