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Three Astronauts returned from Space station today!

Welcome Home Heros! Today’s landing wraps up a 205-day mission for both @Astro_Jessica and Oleg Skripochka and a 272-day mission for
@AstroDrewMorgan

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Andrew Morgan, Jessica and Oleg Skripochka all three astronauts are safely back to earth today. They were on mission space station for more than 8-9 months (we have added astronaut space flight records below).

Astronauts are happy as they returned home just before one week of Earth Day 2020, 22 April. Returning on 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, making their journey exceptionally special. However, how World will celebrate Earth Day in 2020, this is an question as world is struggling with COVID19 spread and lockdown situation.

NASA bulletin has confirmed Soyuz spacecraft landing time i.g at 1:16 AM ET.  It was first mission for both Andrew Morgan (272 days) and Jessica (205).

Where did the astronauts land on Earth?

Science and space fraternity those were watching this broadcast, wanted to know, where did astronauts landed on earth. However, NASA was broadcasting live coverage and news came that their parachute-assisted landing and targeted in Kazakhstan at 1:16 AM EDT.  Recovery crews had reached at landing site to welcome space travellers.

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NASA RECOVERY CREW REACHED AT LANDING SITE AND HELPED SPACE TRAVELLERS

Astronaut Spaceflight Record details   

Scott Kelly, who spent longest time in Spaceflight / Space Station. He spent 340 days which is a record. See matrix of all astronauts’ spaceflight records.

Interesting to know by this video posted by Andrew Morgan himself that how astronaut stay healthy and eat healthy diet while living in space stations.

How astronauts prepare meal at Space Station

Andrew morgan and jessica preparing

How Soyuz crew ship enters into Earth’s atmosphere? 

Understand this process through these pictures released by NASA.
 

Soyuz to enter into Earth

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Reflections from a Black Hole

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This 2003 composite X-ray and optical image of galaxy NGC 1068 shows gas blowing away in a high-speed wind from the vicinity of a supermassive black hole.

Source : NASA

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