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Friday, December 21, 2018

3 space explorers come back from International space station

Three space explorers came back to Earth on Thursday after over a half year on board the International Space Station. 

A Russian Soyuz container with NASA's Serena Aunon-Chancellor, Russian Sergey Prokopyev and German space traveler Alexander Gerst of the European Space Agency arrived on the snow-canvassed steppes in Kazakhstan, around 140 kilometers southeast of the city of Dzhezkazgan. They contacted during a time in front of calendar at 11.02 a.m. neighborhood time. 

The team radioed that they were feeling fine. Russian safeguard groups in helicopters and off-road vehicles raced to the arrival site to separate the space explorers from the case roasted by a searing ride through environment.

The trio has gone through 197 days in space. It was the main mission for Ms. Aunon-Chancellor and Mr. Prokopyev, while Mr. Gerst flew his second to an aggregate of 362 days in circle, setting the ESA's flight length record. 

The safeguard groups helped the team in their massive space suits leave the container and led an underlying restorative examination. The space explorers will be taken to Dzhezkazgan for a concise welcome function before being traveled to their particular nations for increasingly intensive registration. 

NASA space explorer Anne McClain, Russian Oleg Kononenko and David Saint-Jacques of the Canadian Space Agency, who have touched base at the station recently, are set to stay in circle until June.

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