Having been undocked from the International Space Station (ISS), the unmanned, albeit with the Skybot F-850 robot aboard, Soyuz MS-14 descent module landed in rural Kazakhstan at 2132 GMT on 6 September 2019. The spacecraft had originally had trouble docking with the ISS, having had its original attempt – again with no crew aboard – prevented by a fault in the automated KURS docking system.
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