Having written its name more than once in the history of space in recent years SpaceX sent four astronauts from multiple nations to the International Space Station (ISS) on November 15, 2020, with the Crew Dragon spacecraft and Falcon 9 rocket. Crew-1, astronautsar sent to the station with the mission called, broke the record for the longest stay in space in recent weeks and continued to add on.
Above the start of the mission 6 months passed and astronautsar finally successfully returned to earth today. The return mission, which was designated as April 28 in normal Sharksar, was postponed first to April 30 and then to May 1 due to weather conditions. NASA, spacecraft that he will leave the station at 03:35 had explained. The return journey, which started in the night glories, ended with the astronauthols landing in the ocean in the Resilience vehicle at 09:56.
Sent to the station in November Mike Hopkins, Victor Glover, Shannon Walker and Socki Noguchi
The Crew Dragon Resilience spacecraft carrying left the ISS at the scheduled time. Leaving the station at an altitude of about 418 kilometers, the astronautsar started 6 saadollarsik return journeys. The spacecraft started its engines to enter the Earth’s atmosphere at 09:05 in the morning.
Resilience, running its engines for 16 minutes, entered orbit and came very close to landing. The vehicle, which entered the atmosphere smoothly, started to slow down by opening two ‘drogue’ parachutes and four main parachutes at 09:54. Resilience at 09:58, south of Panama City landed in the ocean. Rescuers immediately headed for the vehicle.
Rescuers, you are astronauts confirmed they are in good condition and astronautsar are now officially back to Earth. SpaceX’s rescue ship GO Navigator took the Resilience spacecraft from the ocean. Rescuers taken aboard began to open the cover of the spacecraft and astronautsar will be removed from the vehicle very soon.