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.

A look inside the SpaceX Dragon capsule and its Falcon 9 rocket.

SpaceX unleashes the Dragon! Today´s launch of SpaceX´s Dragon capsule onboard its Falcon 9 rocket was a success. See it here: Below is a look at how the Dragon Space Capsule work (Infographic by.

The 45-year evolution of spacecraft cockpit design from NASA's Apollo to Discovery to SpaceX's Dragon V2.

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The 45 year evolution of spacecraft cockpit design from NASA Apollo to Discovery to SpaceX Dragon

SpaceX's Dragon Version 2 spacecraft is a manned space capsule designed to fly seven astronauts to and from low-Earth orbit. <a href="http://www.space.com/26188-spacex-dragon-v2-manned-spacecraft-infographic.html">See how SpaceX's Dragon V2 spacecraft works in this Space.com infographic</a>.

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

SpaceX to launch 1st private rocket to space station (CBC News)

SpaceX to launch 1st private rocket to space station

Falcon 9 Rocket and Dragon Spacecraft Rolling to Launch Pad, May 2012

SpaceX Dragon Launches first Commercial Flight

After several false starts, the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully launched from Cape Canaveral this morning; the Dragon spacecraft is now en route to the International Space Station (ISS).

SpaceX Dragon cargo vehicle finishes mission successfully and returns to Earth unscathed - Go ELON MUSK!

Image above: The SpaceX Dragon cargo vehicle floats in the Pacific Ocean after successfully resupplying the ISS.

The first SpaceX Dragon capsule pauses near the International Space Station on May 31, 2012 so the ISS' robotic arm can grapple and berth it to a port on the station.  Today's Dragon departure from ISS was similar.  Photo via NASA

The first SpaceX Dragon capsule pauses near the International Space Station on May 2012 so the ISS' robotic arm can grapple and berth it to a port on the station. Today's Dragon departure from ISS was similar. Photo via NASA

SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft at ISS #4

Spaceship Milestone Caps Big Week for SpaceX Chief Elon Musk

SpaceX Dragon

--- Backdropped by a cloud-covered part of Earth, the SpaceX Dragon commercial cargo craft makes its relative approach to the International Space Station prior to grapple by the station's robotic arm, controlled by Expedition 33 crew members.

Jan. 12, 2015 - SpaceX Dragon Capsule Successfully Attaches To The ISS For Fifth Official Resupply Mission | TechCrunch

SpaceX Dragon Capsule Successfully Attaches

NASA astronaut Barry "Butch" Wilmore, commander of the station's current Expedition grappled Dragon using the orbiting outpost's huge robotic arm at a. EST GMT) on Monday (Jan.

SpaceX-and-Scotty - Dragon Rocket Image Courtesy of SpaceX

Confirmed: SpaceX Dragon Ferried 'Scotty's' Remains Into Space

When actor James Doohan died in the man who played Star Trek's engineer Scotty had one request: That his ashes be launched into space.

How SpaceX Dragon V2 dramatically changes space travel in one image

How SpaceX Dragon V2 dramatically changes space travel in one image

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SpaceX Given Green Light for First Launch to Space Station

Commercial spaceship (SpaceX Dragon) connects with the Int'l Space Station. Cool, but somehow. the national pride is missing.

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