Dragon 2 Spacecraft Interior

Dragon 2 has two variants: Crew Dragon and Cargo Dragon. Crew Dragon was initially called DragonRider and it was intended from the beginning to support a crew of seven or a combination of crew and cargo. It is able to perform fully autonomous rendezvous and docking with manual override ability using the NASA Docking System (NDS). For typical missions, Crew Dragon will remain docked to the ISS for a period of 180 days, but is designed to remain on the station for up to 210 days, matching the Russian Soyuz spacecraft. From the beginning of the development process, SpaceX planned to use an integrated pusher launch escape system for the Dragon spacecraft.