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Gallery: Under the Dragon’s wings – astronauts promote SpaceX’s Crew Dragon

From left-to-right: SpaceX's COO and President Gwynne Showell, NASA astronauts Robert Behnken, Douglas Hurley Michael Hopkins and Victor Glover. They were joined by former astronaut Garrett Reisman (who now works for SpaceX as a senior engineer) along with paceX’s senior advisor for human spaceflight; and SpaceX's Director of Crew Mission Management Benji Reed. Photo Credit: Matthew Kuhns / SpaceFlight Insider

From left-to-right: SpaceX’s COO and President Gwynne Showell, NASA astronauts Robert Behnken, Douglas Hurley Michael Hopkins and Victor Glover. They were joined by former astronaut Garrett Reisman (who now works for SpaceX as a senior engineer) along with paceX’s senior advisor for human spaceflight; and SpaceX’s Director of Crew Mission Management Benji Reed. Photo Credit: Matthew Kuhns / SpaceFlight Insider

HAWTHORNE, Calif. — SpaceX provided an update on the status of the company’s Crew Dragon spacecraft on Monday, Aug. 12. The event heralded the start of flights to and from the International Space Station. The first crews tapped to fly Crew Dragon’s first flights, Robert Behnken, Doug Hurley, Victor Glover and Michael Hopkins helped mark the occasion.

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