The Crew-6 mission, a collaborative effort between NASA and SpaceX, has commenced its return journey to Earth after spending six months aboard the International Space Station (ISS). The Dragon spacecraft, which served as their transportation, embarked on its journey back to our planet at 3:05 pm today. The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre in Dubai has announced that the spacecraft is expected to make landfall on the Florida coast at 8:07 am tomorrow.
The Crew-6 mission initially arrived at the space station on March 3rd, where the team executed approximately 200 tasks and missions during their tenure aboard the ISS. Now, with their mission objectives successfully completed, the crew is set to return to Earth, marking the next phase of their space journey.