Record-breaking Chinese Taykonauts in Space Begin Preparations for Return

Demon Taykonauts Breaking Records in Space Started Their Preparations for Return
Record-breaking Chinese Taykonauts in Space Begin Preparations for Return

The six-month "business trip" of China's Shenzhen-13 taikonaut team is about to come to an end. The taikonauts complete their final operations on the spacecraft before returning to Earth. Items are packed, drone flight mode is set. Three taikonauts Zhai Zhigang, Wang Yaping and Ye Guangfu are busy packing and transporting various items in the core module of the space station. He cleans the inside of the spacecraft using a vacuum cleaner to prevent the emergence of microorganisms and create a good environment for the next crew. Taykonauts also do various exercises in their spare time.

Launched on October 17, 2021, the taikonauts in Shenzen-13 will have broken the 12-month mission period of the Shenzhou-3 crew, which was in space between June and September last year, and will set a record in China's manned space mission. After 6 months in space, the taikonauts will use the return capsule to land in Dongfeng in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in northern China.

Source: China International Radio

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