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The best views from the historic NASA-SpaceX mission

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The sun’s glint beams off a partly cloudy South Pacific as the International Space Station’s orbital track took it halfway between Australia and South America on July 18.

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Updated 3:50 PM ET, Mon August 3, 2020

The sun’s glint beams off a partly cloudy South Pacific as the International Space Station’s orbital track took it halfway between Australia and South America on July 18.

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NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley spent two months aboard the International Space Station after arriving on a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule in the first-ever commercial flight to orbit.

Behnken and Hurley splashed down to Earth on Sunday, August 2, but NASA and SpaceX already have plans to launch another crew into orbit next month.

These are some of the best photos taken during the first-ever manned SpaceX mission.

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