Crewed spacecraft are designed to support human life for the human spaceflight portion of the mission. Spacecraft for human spaceflight must have a human-rating certification as fit for purpose. Crewed spacecraft must have a breathable atmosphere, pressurised (usually between 345 mbar and 1 bar (1 atmosphere)); and be temperature-regulated (usually 20 to 24 °C (68 to 75 °F)). Crewed spacecraft include space capsules, spaceplanes, and space stations. This is a list of past, present, and future spacecraft designed for human spaceflight.

Image of Apollo Command/Service Module

Apollo Command/Service Module

Image of Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV)

Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV)

Image of Cargo Dragon 2

Cargo Dragon 2

Image of Crew Capsule 1

Crew Capsule 1

Image of Crew Capsule 2.0

Crew Capsule 2.0

Image of Crew Dragon 2

Crew Dragon 2

Image of CST-100 Starliner

CST-100 Starliner

Image of Cygnus Enhanced

Cygnus Enhanced

Image of Cygnus Standard

Cygnus Standard

Image of Dragon 1

Dragon 1

Image of Dream Chaser

Dream Chaser

Image of Gemini


Image of H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV)

H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV)

Image of Mercury Capsule

Mercury Capsule

Image of North American X-15

North American X-15

Image of Orion


Image of Progress


Image of Shenzhou


Image of Soyuz


Image of SpaceShipTwo


Image of The Space Shuttle

The Space Shuttle

Image of Starship


Image of Tesla Roadster

Tesla Roadster

Image of Tianzhou


Image of Voskhod


Image of Vostok-3KA


"While the circumnavigation of the solar system seems farfetched, it may not be once the problem of effective anti-gravitational control is solved."

-Donald A. Wollheim