The NASA astronaut who worked at the International Space Station returned to Earth after 196 days.
Chris Cassidy, an astronaut, owns the record. The Russian soldiers in his group, Ivan Vagner and Anatoly Ivanishin, also landed in Dzhezkazan, Kazakhstan.
Chris Cassidy, who served as Commander of the Expedition 63 at the International Space Station, has been involved in various scientific studies, including gravity. Preliminary medical tests will be conducted on them. Then they will return home. Wagner and Ivanishin fly to Star City, Russia.
The astronauts Cassidy and Behnken walked in space for a total of 23 hours and 37 minutes to collect energy for the station’s battery. Cassidy currently holds the record for the most 378 days in space as an astronaut. He is ranked 5th on the list of American astronauts.