Three Chinese astronauts have returned to Earth after completing a six-month mission aboard China’s space station, the BBC reports.
They left for space on 5 June to oversee the final construction stage of the Tiangong space station, which was completed in November.
The crew touched down on board the Shenzhou-14 spacecraft on Sunday in China’s autonomous region of Inner Mongolia.
China’s space agency declared the mission a “complete success”.
Commander Chen Dong and teammates Liu Yang and Cai Xuzhe said they were feeling well after landing, in audio aired by state broadcaster CCTV.