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Crew-1 flag

[Crew-1 flag] image located by Dave Fowler, 14 November 2020

A flag with the Crew-1 patch spotted at the Kennedy Space Center. Crew-1 is scheduled to launch three American and one Japanese astronaut to the International Space Station on November 15.
Dave Fowler, 14 November 2020

Patch

[Crew-1 flag]

Description of patch:

Building on the legacy of Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, Shuttle, MIR, International Space Station (ISS), and the DM-2 mission, the men and women of NASA and SpaceX have returned human space flight launches to the United States. Crew-1 marks the beginning of sustained government-commercial partnership missions to the ISS, and its Crew Dragon spacecraft is the focus of the patch.
The spacecraft, composed of the capsule and trunk, is flying from the bottom left toward the upper right, representing ascent and insertion to orbital flight. The Crew Dragon is superimposed on a background of stars and completes the outline of a dragon's head.

The letter C borders the patch, which together with the number 1 in the foreground represent the mission, Crew-1. Shadows of the legacy human spaceflight launch programs are on the border to honor and recognize their contributions to the Crew Dragon capsule. The outline of the ISS is also on the border to acknowledge Crew Dragonís destination and its contribution to maintaining a human presence in low earth orbit for the United States and our international partners.

There are no individual names or flags on the border because the patch honors not just the crew members on board, but all of the countless SpaceX and NASA personnel that worked together to make a sleek and elegant Crew Dragon spacecraft. This patch honors their vision, service, and support.

We dedicate this patch to our families!
Dave Fowler, 14 November 2020


Crew-2 flag

[Crew-2 flag] image located by Dave Fowler, 17 May 2021

A white flag with the Crew-2 patch was flying at Cape Canaveral when the spacecraft launched on April 23, 2021
Dave Fowler, 17 May 2021

Patch

[Crew-1 flag]  image located by Dave Fowler, 17 May 2021