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A Russian film crew returned to earth after shooting for a movie in space.

Russian actor Yulia Peresild and movie director Klim Shipenko returned on October 17 after shooting for 12 days on the International Space Station.

Russian actor Yulia Peresild and movie director Klim Shipenko returned on October 17 after shooting for 12 days on the International Space Station.The space race between superpowers has only increased. Business tycoons and billionaires around the globe are gearing up for space travel and are competing for supremacy.

In a first-of-its-kind experiment, the Russians completed a movie shoot on the International Space Station. Russian actor Yulia Peresild and film director Klim Shipenko returned to earth after spending twelve days onboard filming scenes for the world's first movie called "The Challenge" in orbit. The orbital laboratory was used as one of the main sets for the film. The crew landed on Kazakhstan's Karaganda region by Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft. The space journey was backed by Russia's space agency Roscosmos.

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