American astronaut Christina Koch, Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvorcov and Italian Luca Parmitano in traditional Kazakh clothes.
US astronaut Christina Kochová returned to Earth with her two colleagues after nearly 11 months of stay at the International Space Station (ISS).
The Soyuz space capsule, on which Luca was in addition to the astronaut
Parmitano from the European Space Agency (ESA) and Alexander Skvorcov
from Roskosmos, Russia, landed in Kazakhstan early in the morning. by
All three astronauts are representatives of the Russian space program
Kochová of the US National Aviation and Space Authority (NASA)
she spent 328 days outside our planet, the longest time in space
for a woman in a single mission. Scientists can observe the influence
long-term stay in space on the female organism. The study is for NASA
important as Artemis plans to return to the Moon and
he is also preparing to send a human crew to Mars.
The American was at the ISS for the first time. Last October also took together
with colleague Jessica Meir became the first purely female team
in history that ascended into the open universe. Their task was
repair the damaged part of the solar network.
Parmitano and the Creatures spent 201 days in space. After preliminary
investigations of all three astronauts will be transferred to the Kazakh city
Karaganda. Koch and Parmitana will then take the NASA aircraft to German
Cologne, where an Italian astronaut will meet ESA officials. Koch
will continue to Houston, Texas. Skvorcova will be taken to the Center
preparation of the cosmonauts J.A. Gagarin in the Star City near Moscow.