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Shenzhou VI touches down; astronauts safe
Updated: 2005-10-17 05:40

Astronaut Nie Haisheng (R) and Fei Junlong salute back to two women soldiers who presented leis to Nie and Fei at China's space base in northern Beijing October 17, 2005. They piloted China's second manned spacecraft Shenzhou VI, orbited the Earth for five days and landed in Inner Mongolia early Monday morning. [Xinhua]

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