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Commercial Resupply

NASA's ambitious commercial space program has enabled a successful partnership with two American companies to resupply the International Space Station.

Future Mission

A little more than two years after the end of the Space Shuttle Program, SpaceX and Orbital ATK (now Northrop Grumman) began successfully resupplying the space station with cargo launched from the United States. The companies developed the rockets and spacecraft through public-private partnerships under the agency’s program, an initiative that aimed to achieve safe, reliable and cost-effective commercial transportation to and from the space station and low-Earth orbit.

Mission Type

Cargo Resupply to and from ISS


Nothrop Grumman and SpaceX

Latest Launch

February 6, 2023


To Be Determined

SAGE III to Look Back at Earth's Atmospheric 'Sunscreen’

A Dragon spacecraft will deliver the Stratospheric Aerosol and Gas Experiment (SAGE) III instrument to further study ozone in the atmosphere.

Learn More about SAGE III to Look Back at Earth's Atmospheric 'Sunscreen’
SAGE III checked out at NASA's Langley Research Center

Santa's Resupply Mission

NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida supports Santa Claus during his annual mission to deliver toys and other presents to children around the world!

Soon Santa will have access to the most accurate, up-to-date weather forecasts using the new GOES-R weather satellite.

Learn How NASA Tracks Santa about Santa's Resupply Mission
Kennedy Space Center's holiday poster