Russia's Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft re-enters atmosphere

Alan Olson
September 3, 2017

It broke the record of his country for the time spent in space. The descent module of Russia's Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft with three people on board re-entered the earth's atmosphere on Sunday, a Russian Mission Control center official told TASS. They will be joined by two Americans and a Russian following liftoff from Kazakhstan on September 12.

Images from the TV channel of NASA showed the Soyuz capsule touching down in the steppes of Kazakhstan.

The Soyuz MS-04 manned spacecraft with three crew members of the International Space Station (ISS) has undocked from the ISS, the Mission Control Center said Sunday. Her career 10 spacewalks mark another USA record.

Whitson, however, set multiple other records while in orbit.

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With this return, Peggy Whitson has spent 665 days in space during his career, more than any other american astronaut.

The Soyuz MS-04 vehicle is pictured the moment it touches down with the Expedition 52 crew inside comprising NASA astronauts Peggy Whitson and Jack Fisher and Commander Fyodor Yurchikhin of Roscosmos on September 3, 2017, Kazakhstan time. During her last mission, she has worked on experiments involving human stem cells, blood samples, as well as on the crops of chinese cabbage, according to his page on Facebook. But Whitson said she will miss life on the space station.

Descending dramatically while hanging below a single enormous orange-and-white parachute the scorched Russian Soyuz vehicle fired its breaking rockets just moments before touchdown in Kazakhstan to cushion the crew for a gentle landing under beautifully sunny skies. "Until the end of my days, my eyes seek the horizon to see this curve".

Once back in Houston, both Whitson and Fischer will undergo a variety of health tests to help NASA scientists better understand the physiological effects of spending months at a time in microgravity.

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