The China Manned Space Engineering Office says the Shenzhou-12 manned spacecraft successfully separated from China's orbitting Space Station.
And taikonauts Nie Haisheng, Liu Boming and Tang Hongbo completed their tasks on the Tianhe core module before the separation.
And the crew lived on the space station for 91 days,
setting a record for Chinese astronauts on a single mission.
They sent their greetings before heading home.
Shenzhou-12 has completed its three-month mission in orbit, and is about to return to the man's spacecraft.
We give sincere thanks with deep respect to everyone involved the mission, for your support day and night salute.
And China is getting ready for another launch as it builds its own space station,
the Tianzhou-3 cargo spacecraft and its Long March carrier rocket, and now on the launch pad.
They'll be lifted off in the coming days from the Wenchang Spacecraft launch site in south China's Hainan province.