Following their five days in space, the two Chinese astronauts have been admitted to an isolation ward. They'll stay there for up to two weeks, for comprehensive medical check-ups.
Authorities say the isolation will protect them from contracting infectious diseases, while allowing them to readjust to the Earth's gravity and regain fitness.
The re-entry capsule of the Shenzhou VI spacecraft is now on its way from Inner Mongolia to Beijing. It's expected to arrive in the national capital on Tuesday afternoon, after 18 hours on a train.
(CCTV October 18, 2005)