After heading skyward atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket Friday, the four astronauts of NASA’s Crew-2 mission safely climbed — make that floated — aboard the International Space Station early Saturday morning. Their Crew Dragon capsule, the Endeavour, docked with the ISS just after 2 a.m. PT, and the astronauts made their way into their new home about two hours later.

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“Their arrival means there are now 11 humans aboard our orbiting laboratory,” NASA tweeted, “a number not seen since the space shuttle era. Hugs abound.” The space agency included footage of the Crew-2 astronauts having a bit of zero-gravity fun as they drifted from the capsule into the ISS.

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