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Astronauts dock at International Space Station in world first

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Astronauts dock at International Space Station in world first

Astronauts dock at International Space Station in world first

US astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken have made history docking with the International Space Station in the first manned mission by a commercial company.

Their capsule was supplied and operated by the private SpaceX company.

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