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The crew of the ISS led by a Japanese astronaut will leave the station

06.11.2021 138 просмотров

Japanese astronaut Hoshide Akihiko will return to Earth after a six-month stay on the International Space Station. His crewmates are also getting ready to take off. 

Hoshideis on his third space mission. He is also only the second Japanese ever to serve as commander of the ISS.

At a press conference on Friday, Hoshidesaid that his crew had done a lot of research that would help humanity on Earth , and when going to the Moon or Mars.

In addition, the astronaut noted that all the unexpected difficulties that arose during the mission were overcome. Hoshidethanked the crew members for their teamwork.

According to the plan, the astronauts will leave the ISS and go back to Earth on Monday.

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