With the splash in Atlantic of Florida SpaceX four member crew ended their six month journey of ISS

Everyone’s eyes were on the screen and none of them could afford to move from the screen for even a second. And the time was 1:32 AM. Detachment of the capsule from the ISS was the very first thing that needed to happen. It got detached and started its long journey from ISS to earth. Four crew members NASA astronauts Kjell Lindgren, Bob Hines, and Jessica Watkins, the first Black woman to complete a long-term spaceflight, and the European Space Agency’s Samantha Cristoforetti were the residents of ISS since April. Friday marked the end of their six-month-long journey.

With a splash in the Atlantic off Florida, the capsule felt the presence of something beneath it, and the crew was taken out of it. Astronauts were reported saying that they would love to have a cold drink with ice, eat some pizza and ice cream, take a shower, revel in nature, and, of course, reunite with their families that were keeping them in good condition in space.

Remaining aboard the space station are three Americans, three Russians, and one Japanese.


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