Axiom-3 mission with Turkish astronaut left ISS

Ankara (AA)-The AXIOM-3 Space manned mission has left the International Space Station (ISS).


The AX-3 crew includes the Turkish astronaut of Alper Goseravja.

The SpaceX piloted ship Crew Dragon was stripped of the station.

Broadcast was conducted by Axiom Space.

It is expected that the path of a spacecraft to the ground will take about 48 hours.

The launch of the ship using the Falcon 9 launch vehicle was made by SpaceX from the Kennedy space center in the American state of Florida on January 18, at 16:49 in time of the east coast of the United States (January 19, at 00:49 Turkish time).

The AX-3 crew includes Michael Lopez Alegria (USA), Wilter Villadei (Italy), Marcus Wandt (Sweden) and the Turkish astronaut of Alpere Goseravja.

The return of the ship was planned on the third of February, but subsequently transferred to the fifth of February, and then to the sixth of February, due to unfavorable weather conditions on the coast of Florida. On February, the return of the AH-3 mission was again postponed for an indefinite period.