The Chinese astronauts have returned safely

Credit: CMSE
Credit: CMSE

News! As we told you in the recent article, three Chinese astronauts were to return to Earth on Friday from the Chinese Space Station. Well, they came back well. They landed and landed safely. The Chinese Foreign Ministry said that all three astronauts landed safely and well, as can be seen in the ministry's spokesman's twitter statement: "The Shenzhou 12 manned spacecraft's return capsule has touched the land of Dongfeng in Inner Mongolia, safe and healthy "- Hua Chunying. The astronauts returned to space after more than 90 days, full of research.

But more than some researchers, they have solved technical problems, repaired various objects, tested scientific devices and much more. Their names are: Nie Haisheng, Liu Boming and Tang Hongbo. They also made various repairs to the Tiangong space station, and now that they have completed their mission, they are on Earth, safe. Besides the repairs, the three astronauts were very good and taught some lessons to some scholars.

Credit video: The Star

China will send other astronauts to the space station in October, November. This station has a duration of 10 years, but the maximum is somewhere at 15 years with maintenance and repairs. In any case, the Chinese space station is about 20%, possibly larger than the International Space Station (ISS). Congratulations to the astronauts!

Landing details:

The astronauts landed safely, of course, but the time they landed on Earth is 1:34 a.m. EDT in the Gobi Desert in Inner Mongolia and is the first Chinese space mission in five years.

We wish continued success to the Chinese astronauts and the Chinese space agency for the next missions!

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen

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