Three Chinese astronauts landed again on earth on Sunday on board the re-entry capsule of the Shenzhou-14 spacecraft, state broadcaster CCTV reported, bringing to an finish a six-month mission on China’s house station.
The three astronauts – commander Chen Dong and teammates Liu Yang and Cai Xuzhe – who had been overseeing the ultimate, pivotal interval of development on the house station, which was accomplished in November, all stated they have been feeling nicely after touchdown in audio aired on CCTV.
The capsule landed on the Dongfeng web site in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous area at 8:09 p.m. (1209 GMT), with employees from the house company declaring all the mission, which started on June 5, a “complete success”, CCTV reported.
Staff on the touchdown web site carried out the exhausted-looking crew one after the other and by simply after 9 p.m. all three had safely exited the capsule, CCTV reported.
A brand new crew of three fellow Chinese astronauts arrived on the house station aboard the Shenzhou-15 to take over from them on Wednesday.