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NASA Selects Astronauts for First U.S. Commercial Spaceflights

9 Jul 2015, 18:27 UTC
NASA Selects Astronauts for First U.S. Commercial Spaceflights
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Four astronauts will train to fly Commercial Crew flight tests in 2017 aboard the Boeing CST-100 and SpaceX Crew Dragon. Bob Behnken, Eric Boe, Doug Hurley and Suni Williams have been selected to be the first astronauts to board those spacecraft.
Get to know our new crew:
Bob Behnken on the value the team brings to Commercial Crew:
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Eric Boe on why he is excited for Commercial Crew:
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Doug Hurley on the Commercial Crew and Providers efforts:
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Suni Williams on what the announcement means:
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