NASA Budgets: Gap Between Funding Requirements and Projected Budgets Has Been Reopened : Briefing Report to the Ranking Minority Member, Subcommittee on Science, Technology and Space, Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, U.S. Senate
The Office, 1995 - 33 pages
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$4 billion 1996 budget request 5-year funding requirements 5-year total According to nasa Advanced X-ray Astrophysics axaf axaf-I billion in fiscal billion in unresolved billion to $21 Boeing Budget Gap GfiD Cassini civil service personnel cost reductions directed nasa Dollars in billions Earth Observing System EOSDIS Development estimated funding requirements fiscal year 1996 fiscal year 2000 flight rate FTE estimate funding cap gross domestic product Hubble Space Telescope including reduction increased the risk Infrared Astronomy Infrared Telescope Facility infrastructure instruments millennium spacecraft NASA Budget Gap nasa estimated NASA reduced NASA'S fiscal Observatory for Infrared percent Percentage of total preliminary program plans prime contractor purchasing power reduce costs reduce programs reduced its 5-year reliance on international Reopened result satellite shuttle costs shuttle program Space Infrared Telescope Space Shuttle space shuttle program Space Station space station program Stratospheric Observatory total budget total reduction unresolved percentage reductions unresolved reductions upgrades X-ray Astrophysics Facility