|Type||Crewed space capsule|
|First flight||SpaceX Crew-1|
16 November 2020 (UTC) 
|Launch site||Kennedy, LC-39A|
|Status||Undergoing refurbishment in a Cape Canaveral Processing Facility|
Crew Dragon Resilience (Dragon C207) is a Crew Dragon spacecraft manufactured by SpaceX and built under NASA's Commercial Crew Program (CCP). In November 2020, it was launched into orbit to the International Space Station (ISS) as part of the Crew-1 mission. With crew prompting, Resilience docked autonomously to the station at 04:01 UTC on Day 2 (17 November 2020) of the mission marking the first crewed operational flight of a Crew Dragon craft and the Commercial Crew Program. The mission carried four additional members of Expedition 64 to the three already on station.
Originally planned to fly the mission after Crew-1, Crew Dragon C207 was reassigned to fly Crew-1 after an anomaly during a static fire test destroyed capsule C204 intended to be re-flown on the Crew Dragon In-Flight Abort Test. The spacecraft C205 intended to be used on the Demo-2 mission replaced the destroyed spacecraft for the in-flight abort test. Crew Dragon C206 intended for use with the Crew-1 mission, was reassigned to the Demo-2 mission.
At a NASA press conference on 29 September 2020, commander Michael Hopkins revealed that C207 had been named Resilience. The trunk was attached and secured to the capsule on 2 October 2020 at Cape Canaveral.
Resilience was first launched on 16 November 2020 (UTC) on a Falcon 9 from the Kennedy Space Center (KSC), LC-39A, carrying NASA astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, and Shannon Walker, and JAXA astronaut Soichi Noguchi on a six-month mission to the International Space Station.
|Mission||Patch||Launch date (UTC)||Landing date (UTC)||Crew||Duration||Remarks||Outcome|
|Crew-1||16 November 2020, 00:27:17||2 May 2021, 06:56:33||167 days||Long duration mission; completed. Ferried four members of the Expedition 64/65 crew to the ISS. First operational flight of Crew Dragon and of the Commercial Crew Program.||Success|
|Inspiration4||15 September 2021||3-4 days||Space tourism mission contracted by Jared Isaacman in an effort to raise money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Set to be the first "all-civilian space mission".||Planned|
|Axiom Mission 1||January 2022||10 days||First Crew Dragon flight contracted by Axiom Space. First fully private flight to the ISS, carrying Michael López-Alegría as Axiom professional astronaut, Eytan Stibbe to conduct educational experiments for a 10-day trip, Larry Connor and Mark Pathy, both heading investment companies.||Planned|