SpaceX's Dragon Version 2 capsule is designed to carry seven astronauts to the International Space Station. See how it works in this Space.com infographic.

Big Safety Tests Loom for SpaceX's Manned Dragon Space Capsule Details of SpaceX's Dragon manned spacecraft.

SpaceX's Dragon V2 Manned Spacecraft: How it Works (Infographic)

SpaceX gave the public its first look at the manned version of the spaceflight company's Dragon space capsule, called Dragon Version

Enter the Dragon - V2: Space X's seven-passenger spacecraft designed to carry astronauts to Earth orbit and beyond.

SpaceX Unveils the Dragon Spacecraft Designed to Carry Seven Astronauts to Orbit & Then Soft-Land Back on Earth

SpaceX's Dragon V2 Manned Spacecraft: How it Works (Infographic)

SpaceX's Passenger-Carrying Dragon Capsule (Infographic) - Already tested as a cargo carrier, the Dragon spacecraft can also be fitted out to shuttle passengers to low orbit and to the International Space Station.

SpaceX Completes First Commercial Crew Transportation Milestone

SpaceX Completes First Commercial Crew Transportation Milestone

Meet SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft, the next generation spacecraft designed to carry astronauts to Earth orbit and beyond.

Meet SpaceX’s New Manned Dragon: Cool Animation Shows ‘How It Works’

SpaceX is returning human spaceflight to U. soil with our Crew Dragon spacecraft. Excited to fill these seats!

Inside The New Dragon Spacecraft

SpaceX revealed its Dragon on May The first private, manned space ship with plans to go to the International Space Station. The pressurized section of the spacecraft, also referred to as the capsule, is designed to carry both cargo and humans into space.

"The 45 year evolution of spacecraft cockpit design from @NASA Apollo to Discovery to @SpaceX Dragon v2" - @Moore

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The 45 yr evolution of spacecraft cockpit design from Apollo to Discovery 2 Dragon

SpaceX's Dragon Version 2 spaceship is designed to be reusable. The company plans to conduct to tests of the vehicle's launch-abort system in November 2014 and January 2015. Image released May 29, 2014.

American independence in space: Ending reliance on the Soyuz spacecraft by 2017 By Anthony Wood SpaceX Dragon spacecraft pictured at launch event in May 2014 (Photo: SpaceX)

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