Astronauts Fedor Yurchikhin, Peggy Whitson and Jack Fischer have come back from the International Space Station to the Earth and evacuated from the lander capsule of the Soyuz MS 04.
The Mission Control Center reports that the astronauts are feeling well. According to NASA, Jack Fischer and Fedor Yurchikhin worked at the ISS for 136 days. Peggy Whitson spent more than 280 days on the orbit.
The video of the capsule landing in Kazakhstan was earlier posted by specialists of the USA space department.
Another mission of the ISS 53/54 is planned to be launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome on September 13. The space crew has already been finalized: astronauts Mark Vande Hei, Joseph Akaba and also Russian Alexander Misurkin.
Author: Vera Ivanova