MOSCOW – Three astronauts returned to the Earth after spending more than six months in the International Space Station.
A Russian Soyuz capsule, along with Serena Aunon-Chancellor of the NASA, together with Russian Sergey Prokopyev and the German astronaut Alexander Gerst of the German Space Agency, covered a state-ridge of about 140km southwest of the Dzhezkazgan city in Kazakhstan. It took a minute to face up at 11:05 a.m. local time (0502 GMT; 12:02 a.m. EST).
Advertisement radios were well felt. Helicopters and land-lockers rescued the Russian team to land the astronauts to get cosmetic.
The triumph has spent 197 days in space. It was the first mission of Aunon-Chancellor and Prokopyev, while Gerst flew the second 362-day orbit, establishing a record of the flight duration of ESA.
The rescue crews left the capsule in the wastewater outfits and made an initial medical check-up. Astronauts will take a short reception to Dzhezkazgan to make checks before flying to each country.
NASA astronauts Anne McClain, the Oleg Kononenko Russian and David Saint-Jacques Canadian Space Agency, arrived earlier this month until they were stationed until they were in orbit.