One week after two cosmonauts and a NASA astronaut arrived at the International Space Station
NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy and two Russian cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner were launched to the International Space Station last April. The astronauts, who were launched into space on April 9 and successfully performed many missions during the 6 months they spent in space, are now planning to return to the Earth struggling with the pandemic.
HIT THE MASK IN SPACE
NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy has already put on his mask to return to Earth, which has been struggling with the coronavirus epidemic for 7 months and made statements on his Twitter account. “When I come to my house on Wednesday, I’m educating myself for my new reality,” says Chris Cassidy. used the expressions.
CHANGE OF SEIZURE BY ASTRONAUTS
On the other hand, the current Expedition 63 mission commander Cassidy handed over the command of the space station to the newly arrived Russian cosmonaut Sergey Ryzhikov at a change of command ceremony held yesterday. The takeoff team will bid farewell today to NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and Russian cosmonauts Ryzhikov Sergey Kud-Sverchkov, who was launched last week at the ISS. According to NASA, the team is expected to land at 22.55 in the Eastern Time Zone (EST) in a town near the city of Jezkazgan in Kazakhstan.