SpaceX astronauts have returned to Earth after a 200-day flight
The astronauts were at the International Space Station and splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico near Pensacola.
Four astronauts are back on Earth after a 200-day space station mission.
They rode home Monday in a SpaceX capsule, parachuting into the Gulf of Mexico near Pensacola in darkness.
The astronauts from the U.S., France and Japan departed the International Space Station eight hours earlier. The toilet in their capsule was broken, so they had to rely on diapers.
Before leaving the neighborhood, the four took a spin around the space station, taking pictures.
SpaceX is now turning its attention to the launch of their four replacements, as early as Wednesday night.