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SPACE LANDING
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April 09, 2006 
Brazil's first astronaut Marcos Pontes holds his national flag after landing near the town of Arkalyk... 
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan 
Brazil's first astronaut Pontes holds his national flag after landing near the town of Arkalyk 
Brazil's first astronaut Marcos Pontes holds his national flag after landing near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan April 9, 2006. Brazil's first astronaut landed safely in the Kazakh steppe on Sunday, returning from a 10-day trip in space with a Russian-U.S. crew that had spent six months on board the International Space Station, mission control said. Pontes, a 43-year-old Brazilian Air Force pilot, fulfilled a childhood dream in becoming the first Brazilian in space. He returned to Earth with American Bill McArthur and Russian Valery Tokarev on board Soyuz. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov 
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