Astronaut Frank Rubio is finally home after a record stay aboard the ISS.
Rubio and two Russian cosmonauts landed in Kazakhstan on Wednesday morning.
His 371-day stint breaks the record for longest spaceflight by a U.S. astronaut, breaking the previous record of 355 days set by Mark Vande Hei last year.
Rubio wasn’t going for the record – a spacecraft issue ended up extending his stay by six months. He admits that if he’d known the trip would last more than a year, “I probably would have declined”.