SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Endeavour seen docked with the International Space Station on July 1, 2020.
A pair of investors are joining the first fully-private flight to the International Space Station — not as financial backers, but as the passengers flying along.
Houston-based start-up Axiom Space on Tuesday unveiled that real estate investor Larry Connor and Canadian investor Mark Pathy will fly on its upcoming AX-1 mission. The pair join former NASA astronaut Michael López-Alegría, who will be the commander of the flight, and former Israeli fighter pilot Eytan Stibbe. Connor will be the mission’s pilot, which will make him the first private spaceflight pilot.
Axiom last year signed a…