At 13:59 Beijing time on November 18th, the "Seven Eleven" spacecraft return capsule landed in the planned area of the main landing site of the Amugulang grassland located in Siziwang Banner, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, and astronauts Jing Haipeng and Chen Dong returned safely.

② "Tianzhou" is about to go out

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① Smooth implementation and rich harvest

③ Moving forward steadily

China's manned spaceflight: good drama sings in climax

From 7:30 on October 17th, "Shen XI" carried the astronauts Jing Haipeng and Chen Dong to the sky, and at 13:59 on November 18th, the return capsule successfully landed. Tian completed the longest stay in space in the history of Chinese aerospace, and set a record: the most loaded experimental project, the first joint science-science lecture, the first space human-computer interactive experiment, and the first remote medical assistance consultation in Tiandi.