French astronaut Thomas Pesket returned to Earth on Tuesday, November 9, along with three other crew members from SpaceX’s second manned mission Crew-2. They arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) on April 24.
As expected, Thomas Baskett, Japanese Akihiko Hosheit and Americans Robert Shane Kimpro and Megan McArthur, Landed at 4:33 p.m. (Paris time), outside of Florida. The SpaceX Dragon capsule that carried them was slowed down by the Earth’s atmosphere and then by large parachutes in its dazzling descent.
Thomas Baskett, 43, completed the second mission of his career, Alpha, in the pre-2016-2017 orbit, first, with Proxima. From October 4, He was the commander of the ISS, First to a Frenchman.
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