Shen-13 crew prepare to return to Earth
China's Shen-13 crew are preparing for their return to Earth, which is planned for mid-April. The news follows Tian-2's recent separation from the CSS. On October 16, 2021, the Shen-13 mission sent three taikonauts to the CSS for a six month stay, the longest duration in the history of China's manned space program.
Excellent and welcome home. Well done to all the missions set out for. Thanks to the space team and have a safe passage home for a memorable reunion with beloved ones and friends
Pretty awesome! To be able to travels to space and to stay there for 6 months is more than everyone would have wish for. I am more than happy to see you in the horizon beyond space for the advancement of science and new discoveries
Wish them a safe trip back home!
This is a huge achievement for China and Chinese nation. Congratulations !!
Wow! Been 6 months in space. Awesome taikonauts. Another big step into the future.
Finally they are coming back. Thank God!
3 months is a long time especially in the wilderness of empty space that is bereft of any lifeform. I would have gone crazy due to boredom and loneliness. Just wish they can come back home safely!
They were there 6 months
My ignorance!. It really feels like a long time but didn't know it's this long. 6 months!! Just the thought of it gives me shiver. Respect all of them. It needs lots of perseverance, patience and tolerance to be out there in the vast empty space
Congratulations to those 3 great Astronauts.
Wow! It's been six months up there, and yet it's like yesterday, as they are coming home already.
the science classes are very nice , station looks very nice too
Most fascinating thing about china zing l from a third world to a develop world country within the shortest time
Safe return guys
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Finally they can have real shower :)
That doesn't look like the ISS. Does China have their own space station?
What's with you? Just stay in the well, my friend. They are already coming home.
Yes unlike the US China has its own space station.