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Ax-1, 1st all-private crewed flight to ISS, aims to blaze trail for future missions

Axiom Space aims to set a standard for future crews with its pioneering mission to the International Space Station (ISS) next month.

Axiom’s Ax-1, the first all-private crewed mission to the orbiting lab, is scheduled to launch on March 30 and last for 10 days. Ax-1’s four spaceflyers — three paying customers and Axiom’s Michael López-Alegría, who’s commanding the mission — will fly inside a SpaceX Dragon capsule, which will lift off atop a Falcon 9 rocket.

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