Photo: a Screenshot of the Lander spacecraft Soyuz MS-15

The crew met with observance of all security measures due to pandemic coronavirus COVID-19.

Lander spacecraft Soyuz MS-15 with three members of the crew of the International space station (ISS) successfully landed in Kazakhstan. It is reported by Roscosmos on Friday, April 17.

Came back to Earth, the Russians Oleg skripochka and Americans Andrew Morgan, and Jessica Meir.

“There is a landing”, – said the speaker broadcast. Planting took place in the area South-East of Zhezkazgan city in Karaganda region of Kazakhstan.

Skripochka and Meir were at the station from September 25, 2019, there they arrived with the first astronaut of the UAE Hazza al Mansouri, who returned to Earth after a week with Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin and American astronaut Nick Hague.

Morgan flew to the ISS on 20 July 2019 with the cosmonaut of Roscosmos Alexander Skvortsov and astronaut of the European space Agency (ESA) Luke Parmitano.

The crew was greeted with observance of security measures due to pandemic coronavirus on Earth.

We will remind, on April 9 from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to the ISS went a new crew. Expedition ISS-63 last 196 days. The crew consists of American Chris Cassidy and Russians Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Wagner.