SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavour completed its second mission, returning four astronauts from the International Space Station to a splashdown near Florida’s Gulf coast. One of the four parachutes took longer than usual to inflate, but was fully open before hitting the water. This flight set a record, 199 days, for orbital duration by a U.S. crewed spacecraft.
I have cued the video to start near the end of communications blackout during re-entry when the first images of the returning capsule were obtained: scroll back if you’d like to start earlier. Splashdown occurs at the 1:40:20 mark.