3 Chinese astronauts return back after 90 days in space

3 Chinese astronauts returned to Earth after spending 90 days in space. All three (3 Chinese astronauts) set a new record by completing their three-month mission and doing two spacewalks. He spent three months in space as the longest crew for China.

The Chinese Manned Space Agency (CMSA) said the Shenzhou-12 manned spacecraft, carrying the three astronauts Ni Haisheng, Liu Boming and Tang Hongbo, landed at the Dongfeng landing site in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. , in northern China.

Earlier this morning, China’s state-run news agency Xinhua, which followed the entire sequence of events, reported that the capsule had entered Earth’s atmosphere and its main parachute was properly deployed and slow. come.

The Shenzhou-12 return module separated from the spacecraft’s thruster at around 1 p.m. local hour; The thruster burned as it passed through Earth’s atmosphere after separating from the return cabin.

Astronauts seen playing with a pen

According to a Global Times report, the process was so smooth and easy that astronaut Tang Hongbo was seen playing with a pen during the process of returning to Thiwi.

Quoting a Chinese proverb, astronaut Ni Hensig joked that real gold is not afraid of fire and has returned to Earth’s atmosphere with its crew.

China launched the Shenzhou-12 mission in June. In which three astronauts were sent into space so that they could get there and carry out the work during the construction of the space station. It took him three months. What was the longest stay in space ever for a Chinese traveler.

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