Watch Video 4 astronauts returned to Earth Braving the heat of 1930 degree Celsius

After spending about 157 days on the International Space Station (ISS), 4 astronauts returned to Earth late on Saturday night. All of them were part of the Crew-5 mission. These passengers were brought back by the flight of Elon Musk’s space company SpaceX. The capsule carrying the astronauts made a successful landing off the coast of Florida. These astronauts witnessed many important moments during their stay on the ISS. He spotted the leak of the Russian spacecraft Soyuz and saved the ISS from the recent collision with an Argentine satellite.

When all the astronauts flew to Earth, the American space agency was leading the team NASA Nicole Mann of (Nasa). She is the first woman of American descent to fly in space. Everyone checked out of the space station on Saturday. After about 19 hours all reached the earth. According to reports, the capsule of the astronauts floated in the sea for some time. From there he was picked up.

The astronauts would have reached the earth a few days earlier, but the weather did not cooperate. The four astronauts who returned to Earth include astronauts from the US, Russia and Japan. Among them is Anna Kikina, 38, who became the first Russian woman to fly on an American spacecraft in 20 years. Apart from them, NASA pilot Josh Kasada and Japanese astronaut Koichi Wakata also returned to Earth.

The interesting fact is that when the astronauts were returning to Earth, their capsule was facing heat up to 1,930 degree Celsius. When the four astronauts were 24 kilometers from Earth, they separated themselves from the capsule by riding on two parachutes. According to the information, out of the astronauts who are now traveling further on the International Space Station, 3 are from America, 3 from Russia and one from the United Arab Emirates.



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