Joint NASA and SpaceX mission.  The astronauts returned home.  Among them was a Russian

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The spacecraft landed on Wednesday, March 12, at 10.50 Polish time. The four astronauts landed as planned, and 23 minutes later the Crew Dragon capsule was recovered from the Gulf of Mexico. Earlier, the ground crew retrieved the parachutes and checked whether the Crew Dragon would open safely.

The Crew-7 astronauts departed the capsule at 11:36 Polish time and after 199 days spent on the International Space Station, their mission carried out as part of the Commercial Crew Program was officially completed. The crew consists of:


  • NASA's Yasmine Moghbeli (mission chief);

  • Andreas Mogensen of the European Space Agency (pilot);

  • Satoshi Furukawa of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (engineer);

  • Konstantin Borisov from Roscosmos (engineer).

For the NASA and Roscomus astronauts, this was the first space mission, and for Mogensen and Furukawa, the second space flight.

Image: NASA

Crew 7

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