Crew Dragon splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico

The Crew Dragon spacecraft splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida, completing the first manned flight to the International Space Station.

Earlier, the rescue ship Go Navigator has already headed for the splashdown area. Astronauts will be able to leave the capsule after experts inspect it and lift it aboard.

Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken, who returned from the ISS, will then undergo a medical examination. The astronauts will be transported first to a military base on the Florida coast, and then to be transported to Houston. The crew members have already said that after returning to Earth, they feel good.

SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft launched at the end of May. He flew two NASA astronauts to the ISS, they spent two months in orbit.

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