NASA SpaceX: Both US astronauts are returning to Earth

Two astronauts from SpaceX and NASA who went into space are returning to Earth today. Astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley are leaving the space station and heading towards Earth. SpaceX and NASA are going to land an astronaut directly into the ocean for the first time in 45 years.
Space agency NASA tweeted that SpaceX Dragon Endeavor is leaving space and coming to Earth. NASA said via tweet that Dragon Endeavor has exited the ellipsoid around the International Space Station and is in a safe location.

Sharing a video on its Twitter handle, NASA wrote, 'SpaceX Dragon Endeavor is constantly moving downwards and is in front of the space station's orbit. Our crew's journey to Earth continues.

Cyclone Isias heading to Florida

Cyclone Isias caused havoc in the Bahamas on Saturday morning and has now moved towards Florida. Astronauts may have some difficulty landing due to the cyclone. In view of this, the threat of storm is being closely monitored on the east coast of Florida.

America's first space mission since 2011

Let us tell you that for the first time since 2011, an American manned mission has gone into space. NASA left the mission on May 30 from Kennedy Space Center. The astronauts are on the International Space Station since 31 May. During this time, apart from walking in space, he has also done many experiments.

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