A large dish is seen, scientists monitor the reentry of the ships into the atmosphere. Close ups of people in crowds looking up at the sky in wonder, hoping that the astronauts will land okay. More scientists and equipment and radio towers. The reentry into the atmosphere is described by the narrator, and scientists clap as Valentina makes a successful landing. She is seen sitting in the grass among her landing gear, she smiles and drinks water as a large crowd watches her. She inquires about Bykovsky, who also lands safely and is greeted by fellow Soviet officers. Valentina was in space 71 hours and made 48 laps around Earth, which is about 2 million kilometers. Bykovsky was in space 119 hours and made 81 laps, which is 3 million and 300,000 kilometers.