In the question What is SpaceX's parachute problem that NASA is concerned about in the NASA ASAP report? I needed a Dragon capsule tag. There are two to choose from:
Do we need two tags? If so are these names and descriptions ideal, or could they benefit from a "tune-up"?
Capsule for cargo and manned (eventually) payloads to orbit. Built by SpaceX, launched on a Falcon 9 rocket.
The Dragon capsule is produced by Space Explorations Technologies of California. Designed to launch on a Falcon 9 capsule, it was initially used in cargo mode, delivering payloads to the ISS. Recovery is by parachute into the ocean.
A second model, that incorporates pusher abort engines (Super Draco) will be used for manned flight. When not needed for abort usage, the Super Draco engines are designed to be used for a propulsive touchdown on land.
SpaceX's second version of the Dragon spacecraft, also called "Crew Dragon". It is designed to carry humans.