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China’s Shenzhou-15 Mission Returns Safely, Marking New Milestones in Nation’s Ambitious Space Programme

In the early hours of Sunday, June 4, following the half-year Shenzhou-15 mission, the astronauts from China's Tiangong space station made a safe return to Earth. The capsule, ferrying three astronauts, successfully touched down north of the Jiuquan Spaceport in the Gobi Desert, according to reports from Chinese state media.

Chinese taikonauts Fei Junlong, Deng Qingming, and Zhang Lu had spent 186 days aboard the Tiangong orbital station. Just days prior, they were succeeded by a fresh crew under the Shenzhou-16 mission. This mission, launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on Tuesday, May 30, marked. . .

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