Mark Wiese, Manager of NASA’s Gateway Deep Space Logistics, joins me to talk about the logistics architecture for Gateway and, specifically, the selection of SpaceX and Dragon XL for missions in the future. He even lets me get really nerdy and responds to some of my complaints and questions from past episodes!
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- Mark Wiese (@MW_go4launch) / Twitter
- Mark D. Wiese, Manager, Deep Space Logistics, Gateway Program | Kennedy Biographies | NASA
- About Gateway Deep Space Logistics | NASA
- NASA Awards Artemis Contract for Gateway Logistics Services | NASA
- Source Selection Statement for the Gateway Logistics Services Contract
- Episode T+152: SpaceX’s Dragon XL Wins Gateway Logistics Services Contract - Main Engine Cut Off
- NASA Seeks Information for Gateway Cargo Delivery Services
- Gateway Logistics Services - Main Engine Cut Off
- Episode T+124: Gateway Logistics Services, FY2020 NDAA, and Small GEO Satellites - Main Engine Cut Off
- Gateway Logistics Services - Draft RFP - beta.SAM.gov
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