A Russian Soyuz spacecraft landed safely back on Earth on Tuesday morning after a trip to the International Space Station.
The capsule brought three crew members back home after they spent 165 days at the space station.
They've been in space for so long, the lack of gravity caused their muscles to weaken - they needed wheelchairs to help them off the capsule.
The craft had to land on its side because of windy conditions.
The Soyuz is now the only way to get astronauts to the International Space Station since America ended their Space Shuttle programme earlier this year.