Astronaut and ISS commander Scott Kelly broke the U.S. record Friday for the most time spent in space with 383 days.
Kelly´s record surpassed astronaut Mike Fincke’s cumulative 382 days in space, NASA announced Friday.
"Records are meant to be broken. Look fwd to one of my colleagues surpassing my end 500+ days on our #JourneyToMars!" Kelly tweeted. He is expected to come home on March 3, 2016 after a total of 522 days in space.