Replay of today's landing of the Soyuz TMA-03M spacecraft in Kazakhstan at 10:14 CEST (08:14 UT) returning Expedition 30/31 crewmembers Oleg Kononenko, André Kuipers and Don Pettit to Earth after 193 days in space.
Watch live: Soyuz TMA-03M return to Earth
Watch the hatch closure, departure and landing of the Soyuz TMA-03M spacecraft live via NASA TV.
Schedule: 03:15 CEST / 01:15 UT -- Expedition 31 farewells and hatch closure coverage (hatch closure at 03:40/01:40 UT) 06:30 CEST / 04:30 UT -- Expedition 31/Soyuz TMA-03M undocking coverage (undocking at 06:47 CEST / 04:47 UT) 09:00 CEST / 07:00 UT -- Expedition 31/Soyuz TMA-03M deorbit burn and landing coverage (deorbit burn at 09:19 CEST / 07:19 UT, landing at 10:15 CEST / 08:15 UT)
André: “Every time you look at the planet it is awesome”
In this video Space Station astronauts André Kuipers, Don Pettit and Joe Acaba talk to US media in a final media interview before the end of the PromISSe mission to the ISS. André and Don are scheduled to land in their Soyuz spacecraft together with Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko on 1 July after 6 1/2 months in orbit. Acaba remains on board the ISS until mid-September.
ISS crew answer questions from Californian students
From on board the International Space Station, Expedition 31 Flight Engineers Don Pettit, Joe Acaba and André Kuipers answered questions about life and work on the orbital laboratory from students in California, US, during an in-flight educational event on 6 June.
Video replay: Dragon departs the ISS
A replay of this morning's departure of the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft. Dragon was unberthed from the Harmony module shortly after 10am and released from the Station's robotic arm at 11:49 CEST (09:49 UT).
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Video replay: AndreTweetup inflight call with the ISS
ESA astronaut André Kuipers fields questions during a social media inflight call event with participants at ESA's space research and technology centre, ESTEC, in Noordwijk, the Netherlands.
Video replay: ISS crew talks to media about Dragon spacecraft
ISS Expedition 31 Flight Engineers Don Pettit, André Kuipers and Joe Acaba discuss Dragon's mission with reporters during a crew news conference. The crew opened the hatch to the newly arrived Dragon spacecraft earlier in the day. Dragon is scheduled to spend six days berthed to the ISS before being detached and released on May 31.
Video replay: ISS crew opens Dragon’s hatch
The ISS Expedition 31 crew opened the hatch to the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft today at 11.53 CEST (09:53 UT). Wearing protective masks and goggles, as is customary for the opening of a hatch to any newly arrived vehicle at the station, NASA astronaut Don Pettit entered the Dragon with Station Commander Oleg Kononenko.
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Video replay: Dragon fly-under of the ISS
Video cameras aboard International Space Station captured views of Dragon during this morning's 'fly-under' of the complex.
YouTube Spacelab regional finalists speak with ISS crew
The European regional finalists in the YouTube Spacelab competition were invited to the European Astronaut Centre in Cologne, Germany. As part of their visit they spoke to Expedition 31 crewmembers ESA astronaut André Kuipers and NASA's Don Pettit about science on the International Space Station.