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Astronauts talk about successful SpaceX mission and splashdown

CBS News Tuesday, 4 August 2020
NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley held a news conference after their return from the International Space Station aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon, the first commercial spacecraft to carry astronauts into orbit. Watch a portion of their remarks.
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Two U.S. astronauts returned safely to earth after the first privately funded trip into space.

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In a dramatic splashdown, two NASA astronauts returned to Earth on SpaceX capsule on Sunday. It was also the first splashdown by US astronauts in 45 years. Test pilots Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken arrived back on Earth in their SpaceX Dragon capsule named Endeavour, less than a day after departing the International Space Station and two months after blasting off from Florida. The capsule parachuted into the calm gulf waters about 40 miles off the coast of Pensacola, hundreds of miles from Tropical Storm Isaias pounding Florida’s Atlantic coast. “Welcome back to planet Earth and thanks for flying SpaceX,” said Mission Control from SpaceX headquarters.

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