Kathmandu. Four astronauts have returned to Earth 200 days after the SpaceX capsule landed in Florida on Monday night. NASA astronauts Shane Kimbrog, Megan MacArthur, Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency and Akihiko Hoshide of the Japanese Aerospace Agency landed in Florida on Saturday night.
As soon as the SpaceX capsule landed in the sea in Florida, a rescue boat was mobilized to rescue them. The recovery team was waiting 3 miles to get them out after landing.
At 10:38 pm on Monday, they were given a green signal to go to the capsule. And at 10:33 a.m., the astronaut was pulled out by the recovery team as soon as the capsule landed in Florida.