Workers help the astronauts upon landing in Inner Mongolia.
After 15 days in space, the crew of Shenzhou-10 are back on the ground, Xinhua reports.
The astronauts had a slightly bumpy landing, as their parachute dragged the capsule a bit farther than was predicted, but all three crew members arrived in good health in Inner Mongolia on Wednesday nonetheless.
Those involved with the space program are calling the mission a success.
This marks the conclusion of China’s longest manned space mission.
The Shenzhou-10 flight was a docking test flight for the Tiangong-1 space lab that launched on June 11. With this flight’s conclusion, China will continue to move forward with the construction of the Tiangong-2 space lab, with a hopeful launch date sometime in 2015.
Watch the landing itself here.
[Image via Xinhua; Via SCMP]