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NASA illustration of Gateway in lunar orbit with PPE and HALO and the SpaceX Dragon XL logistics module on approach to docking.
Cargo and supplies being packed for launch.
An artist's rendering of Gateway in lunar orbit.

Gateway Deep Space Logistics

While the Gateway Program is led out of NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Deep Space Logistics (DSL) is the Gateway Project office at Kennedy Space Center in Florida responsible for leading the commercial supply chain in deep space by procuring services for transporting cargo, equipment, and consumables to enable exploration of the Moon and Mars.

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Welcome to the Gateway, a home away from home for #Artemis astronauts. The Gateway will serve as a multi-purpose outpost orbiting the Moon that provides essential support for long-term human return to the lunar surface. Astronaut Randy Bresnik shares more on how NASA is working with commercial and international partners to establish the Gateway, a vital component of NASA’s Artemis program.

Contract Awarded for Gateway Logistics

NASA has selected SpaceX of Hawthorne, California, as the first U.S. commercial provider under the Gateway Logistics Services contract to deliver cargo, experiments and other supplies to the agency’s Gateway in lunar orbit.

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Illustration of the SpaceX Dragon XL as it is deployed from the Falcon Heavy's second stage in high Earth orbit on its way to the Gateway in lunar orbit.
An illustration showcasing how NASA's Deep Space Logistics Office supports the agency's Gateway