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NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

Support teams work around the SpaceX Crew Dragon Resilience spacecraft shortly after landing with NASA astronauts Mike Hopkins, Shannon Walker and Victor Glover and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Sochi Noguchi in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday from Panama City, Fla. does. Photo by Bill Ingalls/NASA | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

From left to right, Walker, Glover, Hopkins and Noguchi are seen inside the SpaceX Crew Dragon Resilience spacecraft on the SpaceX Go Navigator recovery ship shortly after their splashdown in the bay. Photo by Bill Ingalls/NASA | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

Hopkins is helped out of the Resilience spacecraft on the recovery ship after splashdown. Photo by Bill Ingalls/NASA | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

NASA workers watch a dolphin swim with the recovery ship as NASA and SpaceX teams prepare to splash down in the bay. Photo by Bill Ingalls/NASA | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with Crew 1 lifted off from Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on November 15. Photo by Pat Benick/WNN | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

The four astronauts traveled 71,242,199 statute miles during their 168 days in orbit, which included 167 days on the space station. Photo by Joe Marino/WNN | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

The Crew Dragon spacecraft embarks on a 27 1/2-hour journey to the International Space Station. Photo by Pat Benick/WNN | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

From left to right, Walker, Glover, Hopkins and Noguchi, Neil A. Armstrong wears a wave of SpaceX spacesuits as he exits the Operations and Checkout building, departing for launch to take off Photo by Joel Kowski/NASA | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

Noguchi joins the crowd as he prepares to depart. Photo by Joel Kowski/NASA | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

Astronauts wave before a ride to Complex 39A to board the Dragon spacecraft as the first operational crew to be launched on SpaceX equipment to the ISS. Photo by Joe Marino/WNN | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine makes remarks during a press conference on Nov. 13 at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photo by Pat Benick/WNN | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

An alligator begins crossing the street, while photographers install remote cameras as a SpaceX Falcon 9 rockets to launch the first operational Crew Dragon spacecraft on Nov. Photo by Pat Benick/WNN | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with the company’s Crew Dragon spacecraft is seen after rolling out overnight on the pad of Launch Complex 39A as preparations continue for the Crew-1 mission on Nov. Photo by Joel Kowski/NASA | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with the company’s Crew Dragon spacecraft is seen exiting the Horizontal Integration Facility at Launch Complex 39A on Nov. Photo by Joel Kowski/NASA | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

Noguchi talks to members of the media after arriving from Houston at the Launch and Landing Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center on Nov. 8, ahead of SpaceX’s Crew-1 mission. Photo by Joel Kowski/NASA | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

Astronauts are seen after arriving at the Launch and Landing Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center ahead of SpaceX’s Crew-1 mission. Photo by Joel Kowski/NASA | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

Astronauts participate in the crew instrument interface test on Sept. 24 at SpaceX Headquarters in Hawthorne, Calif. Photo courtesy of SpaceX | license photo

NASA shuffles SpaceX flight to astronauts from delayed Boeing mission

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