Chinese astronauts on their way to Earth after completing the mission on the Space Station

Three Chinese astronauts left the space station module on a spacecraft bound for Earth, finishing the third of more than 10 missions needed to complete China’s first space station by the end of the subsequent year.

On Thursday, three Chinese astronauts left a space station module on a spacecraft bound for Earth, finishing the third of more than 10 missions needed to complete China’s first space station by the end of the subsequent year.

The astronauts have left the Tianhe module at the Shenzhou-12 probe after spending 90 days in the area, a record for China, instated by the state media. The module will subsequently be the residing quarters of the completed station.

Four out of the overall 11 missions wanted to complete constructing the station might be crewed. The subsequent crewed project will last for 6 months.

Before that, China will ship another automated cargo spacecraft – the Tianzhou-3 – to Tianhe carrying supplies needed by the subsequent crew. The Tianzhou-three spacecraft might be released withinside the near future, state media stated recently.

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