First Private Crewed  Launches Successfully

Space Station Mission

A Pioneering Astronaut

Mission is on its way to the International Space Station.

None of Ax-1's...

Four crewmembers are government spaceflyers. It's the first-ever fully private crewed mission to launch to the orbiting lab.

"Together, A New Chapter Begins,"

Axiom Space's Jon Rackham said during a webcast of the launch today. "Godspeed, Ax-1"

With The Picture-Perfect Liftoff

The crew officially began a 10-day journey that will include eight days aboard the International Space Station.

Ax-1's SpaceX Dragon Capsule

Is set to dock with the orbiting lab around 7:45 a.m. EDT (1145 GMT) tomorrow (April 9).

Ax-1 Is Commanded

By retired NASA astronaut Michael López-Alegría, who is now vice president of business development for Axiom.

According To NASA, This  Make A Visit On Earth!

Magnificent Comet Will