Date: Thu, Feb 06, 2020 | 02:00 - 10:00 GMT | 03:00 - 11:00 CET
Type: ESA TV Live
Landing of the Expedition 61 crew (Parmitano/Skvortsov/Koch) on the Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft is scheduled at 15:13:29Kazakhstan time on Thursday 06 February.
ESA TV will offer live coverage of all key moments of the operations starting at:
- Farewell ceremony and hatch closing at 0230 GMT (tx 0200-0245 GMT)
- Undocking of Soyuz MS-13 from the Poisk ISS module at 0550 GMT (tx 0530-0615 GMT)
- Landing on the steppes of Kazakhstan at 0913 GMT (tx 0845-1045 GMT)
The Italian ESA astronaut will then return to the European Astronaut Centre, Cologne, for check-ups and research into how humans adapt to living in space.
ESA Web TV will re-transmit NASA coverage of the landing with commentary.
All highlights will be posted as soon as possible on the ESA TV ftp server:
Some Expedition 60/61 mission statistics for landing on 06 February:
Duration - 201 days
Orbits of Earth - 3216
Distance travelled - 136,340,713 Km
8 visiting vehicles arrived - SpaceX/Dragon 18&19 / Progress 73P&74P / Cygnus NG-12 / Soyuz MS-14&MS-15 / HTV-8
9 visiting vehicles departed - SpaceX 18&19 / Progress 72P&73P / Cygnus NG-11&NG-12 / Soyuz MS-12&MS-14 / HTV-8
Luca has logged a total of 367 days in space across 2 missions - the most for any ESA astronaut
This mission he conducted 4 spacewalks to repair AMS totalling 25hrs 30mins. Across his 2 missions he has conducted 6 spacewalks totalling 33hrs 9mins.
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