A Russian Soyuz capsule carrying South Koreaâ€™s first astronaut landed on Saturday in northern Kazakhstan 260 miles off its mark and 20 minutes late, Russian space officials said. . . .It was not the first landing of a Soyuz capsule that has gone awry. Last October, a technical glitch sent a Soyuz spacecraft carrying Malaysiaâ€™s first space traveler and two Russian cosmonauts on a steeper-than-normal path during its return to Earth.
But everyone’s okay.