NASA’s Space X’s is expected to return to Earth on August 2.

NASA's Space X's is expected to return to Earth on August 2.

Nasa astronauts which has traveled to International Space Station crewed in may is expected to return on August 2, after spending two months in orbit.

Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley U.S Astronauts will initiate the final benchmark test of Space X’s so-called Demo-2 mission: a coordinated splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean that will called as NASA’s first crewed mission from U.S. soil in nearly a decade.

In 2011 when the U.S. space shuttle program ended, NASA astronauts have had to hitch rides into orbit aboard Russia’s Soyuz spacecraft.

“Behnken is gearing up for his final spacewalk on July 21 ahead of prepping with Hurley to depart the space station, NASA has said. Mission planners on Earth will be watching weather forecasts to calculate the precise time and location of Crew Dragon’s splashdown” the NASA spokesman said.