SpaceX Dragon V2 can seat up to seven passengers, use thrusters to land on solid ground

“(engadget.com)– SpaceX’s Dragon capsule has been taking cargo to the International Space Station since 2012, but it’s done so lacking the chops to shuttle humans into orbit. The firm’s just unveiled the next generation of the spacecraft, dubbed Dragon V2, to remedy that, and it’s designed to do much more than carry people.” Read more