Russian astronauts landed in Kazakhstan by alliance MS-08

Russian astronauts landed in Kazakhstan by alliance MS-08

China news agency Astana, October 4 (Reporter Wen Longjie) with Russian and American astronauts on board the "Alliance MS-08" spacecraft landed successfully in Kazakhstan on the 4th local time, crew members "in good condition".

Russian news agency quoted the Russian flight control center as saying that the spacecraft was scheduled to separate from the International Space Station at 10:57 Moscow time, Moscow time 14:45 in Kazakhstan near the city of Jezkazgan successfully landed. Jerzy Katz Gan is located in Karaganda, central Kazakhstan, and was built in 1938 for the development of copper mine.

According to Russian satellite news network, 3 astronauts returning to the ground landed in good condition. They were Russian astronaut Oleg Artemiev and two NASA astronauts Andrew Foister and Richard Arnold, part of the International Space Station's 55/56 expedition team, which spent 197 days on the International Space Station and completed a number of scientific experiments.

Russian media paid special attention to the landing and reported, because the day coincided with the "Russian Space Army Day". The festival originated in October 4, 1957 when the Soviet Union successfully launched the world's first man-made earth satellite.

Russian astronaut Sergei Prokopiev, European Space Agency German astronaut Alexander Gerst and NASA astronaut Serena Onon are currently on missions to the International Space Station. They have to wait for the new phase to arrive at the international space station before returning to earth.

The Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft, carrying a new phase of the expedition, is scheduled to launch on October 11 at the Baikonur Space Launch Site in Kazakhstan, according to the Interfax news agency. (finish)

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