Touchdown

Landing at 04:58 Central European Time Alexander, Max and Reid all seemed in great health and spirits.

Touchdown. Credits: NASA

Touchdown. Credits: NASA

Alexander. Credits: NASA

Alexander. Credits: NASA

Reid. Credits: NASA

Reid. Credits: NASA

Alexander. Credits: NASA

Alexander. Credits: NASA

Max. Credits: NASA

Max. Credits: NASA

Comments

5 Comments

  • Bill Cunningham says:

    Welcome back and thanks for sharing your mission on Twitter.

  • Betty says:

    Hello everyone :) first of all congratulation for your accomplishments! They are truly unique! I already tried to email ESA and ask for lecture or maybe presentation at the Glasgow Uni. Honestly, I don’t take NO as an answer. I spoke to AV and asked to pass my message to you. I know you have very limited time and you must be really busy. But I am sure GU students would be amazing audience with great amount of enthusiasm! (In my case maybe too much!) From the information I have approach during my reading, I understand that you are mainly great scientist with great understanding of Earth Sciences and seismology. That on its own is great topic of discussion. How could GU loose the possibility to welcome you in here?

  • Sherwin Andre Hidalgo says:

    Absolutely brilliant. Happy to see our brothers returned home safely.

  • can-rnb says:

    Amazing just amazing. :-) I enjoyed, reading your latest updates on Twitter. So good to see you’re back on earth.

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