Two astronauts from NASA and one from Russian Space Agency Roskosos returned safely to the world after scientific research of 197 days at an International Space Station.
NASA astronaut Drew Festel and Ricky Arnold, and Russia’s Cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev – part of the 56 crew of the campaign – 7:44 PM EDT (5:44 PM in Kazakhstan) safely landed on the Soyaz MS-8 spacecraft in the southeast In a statement on Thursday, the American Space Agency said that a remote town of Zexkazgan in Kazakhstan.
He provided support to the classes for scientific research in the low-earth orbit, to keep the classes fully operated and working for three spacewalks.
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The crew completed hundreds of experiments in space during its 197-day campaign, in which the first commercial European facility for microgram research was used to examine the study of high-temperature quantum gases and a system that used liquid-liquid separation Uses surface forces to complete.
It has been said in the statement that while staying in space as part of the NASA’s education year at the station, both Festale and Arnold participated in educational downlink incidents, which reached more than 2 lakhs students in 29 states.
Feustel is now logged into space in space more than 226 days, depositing 61 hours and 48 minutes on nine career spacewalk, and third place among American astronauts.
Arnold has spent more than 209 days during two missions and has clocked 32 hours and 4 minutes during five career spacewalks.
Artmeyev conducted a spacewalk with fellow astronaut Sergei Prokopiev to manually launch four space technology satellites and establish an experiment called Icarus on the Russian block of the space station.
The spacewalk ended 7 hours and 46 minutes, the longest in Russian space program history. Artemov has now spent 366 days in space on his two flights.
At present, the Campaign 57 continues the station research and operations with a crew, including Sera Anon, Chancellor of NASA, Alexander Gerst of ESA (European Space Agency) and Sergey Prokopiev of Roskosos.
NASA astronaut Nick Hague and Roscoscos Cosmonaut Alexy Ovichin are ready to reach Earth on October 11.