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Taikonauts step down from Shenzhou-6
www.chinaview.cn 2005-10-17 06:01:57

Chinese astronaut Fei Junlong (C), with the help of workers, gets out of the re-entry capsule of China's second manned spacecraft, Shenzhou-6, after landing in Siziwang Banner (County), north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Oct. 17, 2005. The re-entry capsule, which blasted off on Oct. 12 from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gansu Province, touched down at the landing site in Siziwang Banner, at 4:33 am Oct. 17 (2033 GMT) following a five-day mission. (Xinhua Photo)
Chinese astronaut Fei Junlong (C), with the help of workers, gets out of the re-entry capsule of China's second manned spacecraft, Shenzhou-6, after landing in Siziwang Banner (County), north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Oct. 17, 2005. The re-entry capsule, which blasted off on Oct. 12 from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gansu Province, touched down at the landing site in Siziwang Banner, at 4:33 am Oct. 17 (2033 GMT) following a five-day mission. (Xinhua Photo)

Chinese astronaut Fei Junlong (2nd R) waves beside the re-entry capsule of China's second manned spacecraft, Shenzhou-6, at its landing site in Siziwang Banner (County), north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, early Oct. 17, 2005. The capsule touched down at the landing site at 4:33 am Oct. 17 (2033 GMT) following a five-day mission. (Xinhua Photo)

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