Elon Musk has a somewhat understated approach to his product reveals. There's no trace of the "amazing!" or "revolutionary!" gobbledygook that accompanies other tech presentations. That's because the, er, gravity of what Musk and SpaceX are doing mostly speaks for itself.
On Thursday, Musk announced the Dragon V2, the next-generation space capsule designed to bring humans to the International Space Station. It carries seven people, can land on the ground with the accuracy of a helicopter — or so Musk claims — and can dock with the ISS directly.