Beijing : China’s Shenzhou-11 space mission, with two astronauts aboard, landed on Friday in Inner Mongolia, after spending the past one month in orbit.
The re-entry module, carrying astronauts Jing Haipeng and Chen Dong aboard, landed at around 2 p.m., as scheduled, Efe news reported.
The landing was broadcast live by Chinese state television CCTV.
The Shenzhou-11 had departed on October 17 and docked at the Tiangong-2 space laboratory two days later.
It remained in orbit for 30 days before separating from the space lab on Thursday to begin its journey back to Earth.