Shenzhou-17 Astronauts Return and Update on Their Status

TapTechNews July 5th news, according to CCTV news reports, this afternoon, two months after the Shenzhou-17 astronaut crew members Tang Hongbo, Tang Shengjie, and Jiang Xinlin returned from space, they officially met with the media and the public at the China Astronaut Research and Training Center.

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It is introduced that after the return of the Shenzhou-17 crew, they have successively completed various tasks in the isolation recovery and convalescent recovery stages and have fully entered the recovery observation stage. At present, under the careful guardianship and care of the scientific research support team of the China Astronaut Research and Training Center, the Shenzhou-17 crew is in good physical and mental condition, their body weight is stable at the pre-flight level, and the results of various medical examinations are normal, and muscle strength, endurance, and exercise cardiopulmonary function have basically returned to the pre-flight level. After completing various tasks in the recovery period and conducting a recovery health assessment summary, the 3 astronauts will shift to normal training work.

According to the previous report of TapTechNews, on October 26 last year at 11:14 am, the Long March 2F Yao XVII carrier rocket carrying the Shenzhou-17 manned spaceship was ignited and launched at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center.

Since the Shenzhou-17 astronaut crew settled in the space station, they have successively completed tasks such as rotation with the Shenzhou-16 crew, maintenance and care of the space station platform, life and health guarantee, extravehicular spacesuit inspection and testing, equipment inspection of the Tianzhou-6, extravehicular activities, etc., as well as on-orbit training projects such as manipulator operation on-orbit training, emergency rescue drill, medical rescue drill, and all-system pressure emergency drill. The various space science experiment and test tasks they undertake have been steadily advanced.

On April 30 this year, the return capsule of the Shenzhou-17 manned spaceship successfully landed at the Dongfeng Landing Site, and all the Shenzhou-17 astronauts Tang Hongbo, Tang Shengjie, and Jiang Xinlin safely and smoothly exited the capsule.