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Whitson wrapped up a record-breaking flight that catapulted her to first place for US space endurance.Whitson’s 665 days off the planet — 288 days on this mission alone — exceeds that of any other American and any other woman worldwide Upon her return Whitson will have racked up 665 days in space in her career more than any other American astronaut She is eighth on the all-time space endurance list NASA said The biochemist is completing a mission at the International Space Station that began in November 2016 covering 1222 million miles (1967 million kilometers) and 4623 orbits of Earth File image of Peggy Whitson Reuters She and crewmates Jack Fischer of NASA and Fyodor Yurchikhin of Russian space agency Roscosmos were expected to land in Kazakhstan at 9:22 pm (0122 GMT Sunday) in a Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft She checked out of the International Space Station just hours earlier along with another American and a Russian Their Soyuz capsule landed in Kazakhstan shortly after sunrise Sunday — Saturday night back in the US Whitson was the last one carried from the Soyuz She immediately received a pair of sunglasses to put on as she rested in a chair on the barren wind-swept Kazak steppes Medical personnel took her pulse standard practice She then received a bouquet of flowers with the greeting "Welcome back Peggy" Besides duration Whitson set multiple other records while in orbit: world’s oldest spacewoman at age 57 and most experienced female spacewalker with 10 She also became the first woman to command the space station twice following her launch last November Returning cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin logged even more time in space: 673 days over five missions NASA astronaut Jack Fischer returned after 136 days aloft The men flew up in April All three briefly held hands for a photo op before being carried one by one in their chairs to the medical tent It was an emotional farewell to the space station for Whitson Yurchikhin and Fischer Before retreating into their Soyuz they embraced the three colleagues they were leaving behind at the 250-mile-high complex Yurchikhin patted the inside of the station before floating into his Soyuz for the final time The station’s newest commander Randy Bresnik noted the outpost was losing 1474 days of spaceflight experience with the departure of Whitson Yurchikhin and Fischer Four years and two weeks he pointed out "We are in your debt for the supreme dedication that you guys have to the human mission of exploration" Bresnik told them on the eve of their departure He offered up special praise for Whitson— "American space ninja" — and wished them all Godspeed Yurchikhin is now No 7 on the world’s all-time endurance list followed by Whitson at No 8 The top spot belongs to Russian Gennady Padalka with 879 days in space over five flights File image of Peggy Whitson Reuters After earning a doctorate in biochemistry in 1985 Whitson worked as a NASA scientist for seven years before starting as an astronaut in 1997 On this most recent mission Whitson conducted experiments with human stem cells blood samples and grew several crops of Chinese cabbage according to posts on her Facebook page "The best part was that after we harvested for the science we got to eat the rest" she said of her greens In an interview before departing the space station Whitson said she was looking forward to flush toilets ("Trust me you don’t want to know the details") and pizza But "I will miss seeing the enchantingly peaceful limb of our Earth from this vantage point Until the end of my days my eyes will search the horizon to see that curve" she said according to a transcript of the interview posted on the NASA website She noted that she’s not totally comfortable with the attention she receives for her various records and her status as a role model "I honestly do think that it is critical that we are continuously breaking records because that represents us moving forward in exploration" Whitson said The scientist also has a silly side To celebrate the July Fourth holiday she posted photos and a video of herself and Fischer wearing loud red white and blue outfits striking poses in zero gravity "I am not sure what the future holds for me personally but I envision myself continuing to work on spaceflight programs My desire to contribute to the spaceflight team as we move forward in our exploration of space has only increased over the years" she said of her plans The astronauts’ return comes as the Texas city of Houston home to NASA’s Johnson Space Center has been struggling to get back to normalcy after a week of deadly flooding triggered by Hurricane Harvey "As a result of the impacts of Hurricane Harvey NASA is reviewing return plans to Houston of Whitson Fischer and the science samples landing in the Soyuz spacecraft" the space agency said Whitson a biochemist set a breakneck pace on all three of her space station expeditions continually asking for more — and still more — scientific research to do Scientists on the ground said it often was hard to keep up with her She even experimented on food up there trying to add some pizazz to the standard freeze-dried meals Tortillas transformed into apple pies on her watch Whitson was supposed to fly back in June after a half-year in space But when an extra seat opened up on this Soyuz she jumped at the chance to stay in orbit an extra three months Only one other American — yearlong spaceman Scott Kelly — has spent longer in space on a single mission Except for the past week Whitson said her mission hurried by She’s hungry for pizza and can’t wait to use a regular flush toilet again She’s also eager to reunite with her husband Clarence Sams a biochemist who also works at Johnson Space Center in Houston Because of the effects of Hurricane Harvey NASA could not get its plane from Houston to Kazakhstan in time for the crew’s landing Instead the European Space Agency offered to transport Whitson and Fischer to Cologne Germany where they will meet up with the NASA plane for the final leg of their journey They should be back in Houston on Sunday night Three men remain at the space station: Bresnik a Russian and an Italian They will be joined by two Americans and a Russian following liftoff from Kazakhstan on 12 September With inputs from AP and AFP Tokyo: Japan’s leader may have made the right call after all if not for his country than for himself Media polls indicate Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ruling coalition will handily win a general election on Sunday possibly even retaining its two-thirds majority in the more powerful lower house of Parliament Japanese voters may not love Abe but they appear to want to stick with what they know rather than hand the reins to an opposition with little or no track record Uncertainly over North Korea and its growing missile and nuclear arsenal may be heightening that underlying conservatism "I buy into Abe’s ability to handle diplomacy" said Naomi Mochida a 51-year-old woman listening to Abe campaign earlier this week in Saitama prefecture outside of Tokyo "I think the most serious threat we face now is the North Korea situation I feel Prime Minister Abe has been showing the best tactics to handle the situation compared to other politicians including past prime ministers" Abe dissolved the lower house a little more than three weeks ago on the day it convened for a special session forcing the snap election The timing seemed ripe for his ruling Liberal-Democratic Party or at least better than waiting File image of Japan prime minister Shinzo Abe AP Support for Abe’s Cabinet the standard measure of a government’s popularity in Japan had bounced back from summertime lows The main opposition force the Democratic Party was in more disarray than usual after its leader had resigned Holding off would only give a potential rival Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike more time to organise a challenge The election is "mainly about the Abe administration trying to lock in its position . and with success get Prime Minister Abe re-elected as president of the LDP in September and rule until after the Tokyo Olympics until 2021" Michael Green a Japan expert at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC said on a call with journalists Koike her hand forced by Abe’s decision hastily launched a new party to contest the election Her Party of Hope briefly stole the limelight from Abe attracting a slew of defectors from the Democrats Its populist platform includes phasing out nuclear power by 2030 and putting on hold an increase in the consumption tax due in 2019 But Abe’s gambit appears to be paying off The initial excitement for the Party of Hope has waned Koike the party leader decided not to run for the 465-seat lower house and won’t even be in Japan on election day She is heading to Paris for a global conference of mayors that will discuss issues such as climate change The Democratic Party has imploded Its more liberal members have launched yet another grouping the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan which is now outpolling the Party of Hope London: Liverpool are on the brink of qualifying for the Champions League after Philippe Coutinho inspired a 4-0 rout of West Ham while Tottenham bid a fitting farewell to White Hart Lane with a 2-1 win against Manchester United on Sunday In contrast to Liverpool’s jubilation and Tottenham’s celebratory send-off there was only misery for Hull as they were relegated after a 4-0 thrashing at Crystal Palace It was a day of high emotion as the Premier League’s remaining issues at the top and bottom were played out in dramatic fashion Tottenham Hotspur players look on during the closing ceremony after their match against Premier League Getty At the London Stadium Liverpool took the lead when Coutinho’s sublime pass was converted by Daniel Sturridge early in the first half Coutinho stole the spotlight again in the second half with a superb solo strike and a cool finish to put Jurgen Klopp’s side three goals ahead before Divock Origi netted to cap the Reds’ swaggering display Liverpool moved back one point above Manchester City into third place Although City and fifth placed Arsenal both have a game in hand Klopp’s men will be guaranteed a Champions League berth if they beat relegated Middlesbrough at Anfield next Sunday In the unlikely event Arsenal lose at home to relegated Sunderland on Tuesday then Liverpool will clinch a top four spot without playing "At the end it was amazing but the start was not that good" Klopp said "After that we controlled the game and took our chances We scored some really nice goals" Playing their last game at White Hart Lane after 118 years second-placed Tottenham responded to the end of their title dreams by stylishly bringing down the curtain on 118 years at the famous north London stadium Chelsea were crowned champions after their win at West Bromwich Albion on Friday but Tottenham had the ideal occasion to forget that frustration as they prepare to temporarily play at Wembley while the Lane is demolished to make way for a new arena Chaotic With numerous Tottenham legends watching from the stands Kenya midfielder Victor Wanyama put the hosts ahead in the sixth minute Harry Kane doubled Tottenham’s lead in the 48th minute with his 28th goal of the season United’s Wayne Rooney had the distinction of scoring the last goal at the Lane with a close-range finish in the 71st minute "It was a perfect performance and I am happy for the victory for our fans It was a fantastic victory which the fans deserved" Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said With the Europa League final against Ajax looming United manager Jose Mourinho was relieved to avoid any more fitness problems "I’m happy We got no injuries At the moment the Premier League matches are the ones we don’t want to play" he said Down in south London Hull knew only a victory would give them a realistic chance of staying up but goals from Wilfried Zaha Christian Benteke Luka Milivojevic and Patrick van Aanholt consigned them to the drop Third-bottom Hull winners just once in their last six matches return to the Championship 12 months after their promotion via the play-offs They paid the price for a chaotic campaign marred by poor signings and boardroom turmoil Marco Silva was unable to save them despite improved performances following his January appointment and he said: "You need to prepare better The most important thing is for the club to understand what they did in a bad way "You start to win or lose a season ahead one year in advance" Palace had needed a point to stay up and their dominant display completed boss Sam Allardyce’s latest survival mission after he rescued Sunderland last season "I said to myself this would be the hardest one given the quality of the teams we had to play on the run-in" Allardyce saidis stunning, we can see Deepika Padukone enjoying all the attention that she is getting from the paparazzi. who had undergone spine and leg 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