The crew of the “Soyuz MS-12″ spacecraft, undocked on October 3, 2019 at 10:37 (Moscow time) from the International Space Station, safely returned to Earth.
A descent vehicle with cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin, astronaut Nick Hague and a spaceflight participant Hazza Al Mansouri landed in the Kazakhstan at 14:00 (Moscow time).
All descent and landing operations under the control of the specialists of the Mission Control Center were completed normally.
The crew members, returned to Earth, feel themselves good.
The length of stay in space flight of Alexey Ovchinin and Nick Hague was 203 days, Hazza Al Mansouri – 8 days.
The spacecraft “Soyuz MS-12″ has been in the station since March 15, 2019.
During their stay on board the station, the crew completed the program of scientific and applied research and experiments under the program of the long expeditions ISS-59, ISS -60 and the visiting expedition EP-19, supported the operability of the ISS and carried out work with equipment, delivered by cargo ships.
The flight of the International Space Station continues.
Currently, the crew of the ISS-61 expedition, led by commander Luca Parmitano, is the flight engineers Alexander Skvortsov, Oleg Skrypochka, Christina Koch, Andrew Morgan and Jessica Meir.