Four passengers on the ISS will return to Earth as soon as Monday - science

Four passengers on the ISS will return to Earth as soon as Monday – science

Frenchman Thomas Pesquet and three other astronauts will leave the International Space Station on Sunday and land “at the earliest” on Monday at 12:14 GMT (13:14 GMT) off the coast of Florida. This was reported by the US space agency NASA.

SpaceX’s second Crew Dragon crew – which includes Americans Shane Kimbrough and Megan MacArthur and Japan’s Akihiko Hoshied, as well as Bisket – has spent more than six months in space. Meanwhile, the Crew Dragon-3 crew – American Captain Raja Chari, pilot Thomas Marshburne, Kayla Baron and Germany’s Matthias Maurer on behalf of the European Space Agency (ESA) – prepare to arrive at the International Space Station. This departure, which has had to be postponed several times, is not before Wednesday at the earliest.

SpaceX’s second Crew Dragon crew – which includes Americans Shane Kimbrough and Megan MacArthur and Japan’s Akihiko Hoshied, as well as Bisket – has spent more than six months in space. Meanwhile, the Crew Dragon-3 crew – American Captain Raja Chari, pilot Thomas Marshburne, Kayla Baron and Germany’s Matthias Maurer on behalf of the European Space Agency (ESA) – prepare to arrive at the International Space Station. This departure, which has had to be postponed several times, is not before Wednesday at the earliest.

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