|Type||Cargo space capsule|
|First flight||SpaceX CRS-4|
21 September–25 October 2014
|Last flight||SpaceX CRS-19|
5 December 2019–7 January 2020
|End of life||Retired|
The SpaceX Dragon C106 is a Dragon space capsule built by SpaceX. It is the first reused SpaceX Dragon capsule to be reflown into space, having its second launch in 2017. C106 was first used on CRS-4, and then used again for the CRS-11 and CRS-19 missions. It was the second capsule after C108 to be used a third time, marking a milestone in SpaceX's drive to reduce space launch costs through reusing hardware.
C106 was built as the sixth production Dragon capsule. This new Dragon was launched in September 2014 for the CRS-4 mission to the International Space Station (ISS). It splashed down in October 2014, and was successfully retrieved. To prepare for its second flight, it had its heatshield replaced while the hull, avionics, and Draco thrusters were refurbished. The refurbished Dragon was relaunched in June 2017 for the CRS-11 mission to the ISS. It splashed down and was successfully recovered in July 2017. After undergoing another refurbishment, C106 was launched again for the CRS-19 mission.
|Flight #||Mission||Launch date (UTC)||Landing date (UTC)||Liftoff||Landing||Notes|
|1||NASA CRS-4||21 September 2014||25 October 2014|||
|2||NASA CRS-11||3 June 2017||3 July 2017||This was the 100th launch from Launch Pad 39A|||
|3||NASA CRS-19||5 December 2019||7 January 2020|||