A Russian actress and director-producer who spent 12 days aboard the Worldwide House Station returned to Earth early Sunday together with cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy who had been in area for 191 days. Actress Yulia Peresild and director-producer Klim Shipenko went up to the ISS on October 5th, to movie scenes for the upcoming film The Problem, a few Russian physician, performed by Peresild, who travels to the area station to deal with a sick cosmonaut.
The three had been aboard the Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft, which landed at 12:35AM ET in rural Kazakhstan, and can return to Russia later Sunday. Novitskiy arrived on the ISS on April ninth for his third mission, and has now spent a complete of 531 days in space.
The Soyuz craft the three had been on had a little bit of bother Saturday, when its thrusters stayed on longer than anticipated throughout an engine test. The ISS tilted out of its regular place earlier than floor crews had been in a position to regain management inside about half-hour. The crew of the ISS was by no means in peril, officers mentioned, nevertheless it’s the second such incident with a Russian craft up to now 12 months.
Peresild and Shipenko are the primary multi-person film crew to go to the ISS, as a part of a industrial association with Roscosmos. Cosmonauts Novitskiy, Anton Shkaplerov, and Pyotr Dubrov can even have small roles within the film.