I don't have much details, read the story a long time ago, but the gist is - in a deep space expedition, astronauts became homesick to such degree - they were able to transport back to earth through sheer force of will, instantaneously. They missed Earth so much, they wished to be back home with such a force - their wish became reality.
After some deep digging I found it. It's a short story by Russian sci-fi writer Victor Kolupaev called For love of Earth. I've seen only one English translation – in a short story collection Hermit's swing.
It begins with
A dazzling blue light flared on the 3-D television wall for an instant, flickered, and, spreading out slowly, filled the room. Espas settled down a bit more comfortably in a deep, leather armchair and stretched his legs. He always enjoyed watching the latest news. Holographic images transported him to the four corners of the Earth, to the depths of oceans and into endless Space. He felt himself a participant in events that he could never really be a part of.
And ends with
All has seen Earth again, all except Verona….
“Verona,” said Roid, “tomorrow we’re sending you down for a week. You will see Earth.”
But the following day they missed the region where wave guides former. Verona did not see Earth, but she took it very well. Her cremates hardly knew what to say to her. Then Roid went over to her and kissed her.
“This kiss is from your mother,” he said.
For this he had flown to the Apennines.
Prometheus sped on towards Blue Star.