China News Service, October 18th. According to the Russian Satellite Network, the Russian National Aerospace Corporation announced on social media Twitter on the 17th that a member of the space film "film crew"-Russian actress Yulia Peresilid With director Klim Sipenko, and astronaut Oleg Nowitzki, they feel good about themselves after landing.

On October 17, local time, the Russian spacecraft carrying a Russian astronaut and two film workers returned to Earth and landed in Kazakhstan.

The picture shows the Russian actress Yulia Peresilid returning to Earth.

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  The message stated: "The return capsule of the manned spacecraft'Alliance MS-18' landed vertically and was protected. The crew feel good about themselves!"

  Actress Yulia Peresilid also said, "I don't want to say goodbye to space."

On October 17, local time, the Russian spacecraft carrying a Russian astronaut and two film workers returned to Earth and landed in Kazakhstan.

The picture shows the astronaut and two film workers returning to Earth.

(Video screenshot)

  After landing, the search team guarded the return capsule and then helped the three astronauts to leave the Soyuz.

After a physical examination on the spot, a special plane took them to Moscow Oblast.

  On October 5th, the Russian "Union MS-19" spacecraft carrying Russian astronaut Anton Shkaprirov, actor Yulia Peresilid, and director Klim Sipenko experienced three After many hours of flight, it successfully docked with the International Space Station.

Xipenko and Peresilide stayed on the International Space Station for 12 days to shoot the space movie "Challenge."

  "Challenge" is the world's first film shot in space by professional actors. The real universe and orbiting space station will be shown for the first time in the movie.

The film tells the story of an astronaut who was unable to return to Earth in a spacecraft to undergo surgery, and a doctor who was in danger went to space to rescue him.

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