Crew Dragon’s crew left descent apparatus

Rescuers got the crew members of the Crew Dragon Endeavour ship from the descent capsule. Four cosmonauts successfully left the apparatus, which is given in the Mexican Bay on Tuesday, November 9. It is reported by Interfax with reference to NASA.

The crew members of the Crew Dragon Endeavour ship returned in the descent capsule, which spent in the 199 days orbit. Astronauts brought 240.5 kilograms of scientific research results conducted at the International Space Station (ISS).

The descent apparatus was raised on board the rescue ship GO Navigator. After that, the crew was removed from the capsule. NASA noted that the operation on the evacuation of astronauts after the leading occupied an hour. After a medical examination, Crew Dragon Endeavour crew sent to shore.

Astronauts of NASA Megan Makurtur and Shane Cymbrow, Astronaut of the European Space Agency (ESA) of Tom Sand, as well as Astronaut of the Japanese Agency Aerospace Research (JAXA) Akikhiko Hosiend.

Earlier in NASA, they reported on the successful drive of the descent capsule off the coast of Florida. The device went down to the water after opening parachutes.

Crew Dragon rejugated from the ISS. Before going with the orbit, the ship made a full flight station for photography. NASA noted that this procedure was held for the first time since 2011. The possibility of a circular flight station was one of the requirements of the NASA for the ship certification.

/Media reports.