Dragon capsule belonging to US-based space transportation company SpaceX, 4 astronauts completed their mission at the end of 5 months and landed safely in the sea off Florida. SpaceX's journey into space has come to an end. The Dragon capsule belonging to SpaceX, the space transportation company owned by Tesla's CEO Elon Musk, landed safely in the sea off Florida with 4 astronauts in it.
After a 9-hour flight, 2 US and 1 Japanese astronauts and 1 Russian cosmonaut, who completed their 5-month mission on the International Space Station, reached Earth with the SpaceX capsule called Endurance at around 9 p.m. local time.
The crew sent to the International Space Station on October 6 to conduct scientific studies within the framework of the Crew-5 mission, cosmonaut Anna Kikina, the first Russian to fly in a US spacecraft in 20 years, Nicole Aunapu Mann, the first Native American astronaut sent into orbit, NASA astronaut Josh It consisted of Cassada and veteran Japanese astronaut Koichi Wakata.