May 30th 2020, NASA Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley of the "Dragon Crew" successfully completed its first-ever passenger flight to orbit. They both launched inside the capsule form
Cape Canaveral Florida and then docked with the space station a day later.
Called Demon-2 or DM-2, the mission was meant to prove all capabilities to safely transport people to space and get them to
9 and Booster carried the NASA astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken to
the International Space Station in the first crewed orbital spaceflight
launched from the United States since the final Space Shuttle mission STS-135,
in 2011, and the first ever operated by a commercial provider.
safely returned to Earth inside SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule, bringing
their historic two-month mission at the International Space Station to an end. The spacecraft carrying the two astronauts
splashed down in the Guld of Mexico off the Pensacola Florida coast at 2:48PM
ET, where recovery boats were waiting nearby to receive the crew.
This commemorative print features a collection of images from the momentous day.