After spending half a year on the International Space Station (ISS), four astronauts from three different countries have returned to Earth, says NASA.
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Two of the astronauts are from the United States, one from Russia, and one from the United Arab Emirates.
They landed safely off the coast of Florida early Monday morning after leaving the International Space Station aboard SpaceX’s Dragon Endeavor spacecraft 17 hours earlier.
There are now seven people aboard the space station, four of whom arrived on August 27.
It is said that, before returning from the space station, they expressed their long-awaited desire to take a hot shower, hot coffee and sea air. Associated Press News.
The astronauts are Stephen Bowen and Warren Hoburg from the United States, Andrei Fedyaev from Russia, and Sultan Al Neyadi from the Emirates. The latter will be the first person from the Arab world to spend such a long period in space.
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