Space Station: Impact of the Expanded Russian Role on Funding and Research : Report to the Ranking Minority Member, Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management, Committee on Governmental Affairs, U.S. Senate

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Page 1 - The Honorable Carl Levin Chairman, Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management Committee on Governmental Affairs United States Senate Dear Mr.
Page 13 - Headquarters, Johnson Space Center, Kennedy Space Center, and Marshall Space Flight Center were also examined.
Page 1 - Administration [should] further pursue opportunities for cooperation with the Russians as a means to enhance the capability of the station, reduce cost, provide alternative access to the station and increase research opportunities
Page 1 - An examination is made on the impact of Russian participation in NASA's space station program. This interim report deals with whether expanded Russian participation will (1) reduce space station funding requirements by $2 billion, as estimated by NASA, and (2) improve the station's capabilities for conducting research. Results at this time are that (1) NASA's estimated savings in the space station program would be largely offset by an estimated $1.4 billion in increased funding requirements accounted...
Page 4 - ... report deals with whether expanded Russian participation will (1) reduce space station funding requirements by $2 billion, as estimated by NASA, and (2) improve the station's capabilities for conducting research. Results at this time are that (1) NASA's estimated savings in the space station program would be largely offset by an estimated $1.4 billion in increased funding requirements accounted for in other parts of NASA's budget and (2) some of NASA's $2 billion savings may not be attributable...

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