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NASA Seeks $16.2 Billion; Cuts Shuttle, Station, Next Generation Launch Tech Programs

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posted on Jan, 31 2004 @ 05:23 AM
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U.S. President George W. Bush is requesting $16.2 billion for NASA in 2005, including $1.09 billion designated for the new organization being created to carry out the presidentís new vision for space exploration, according to NASA budget documents obtained by Space News.

The money in the budget of the new exploration enterprise, as it is known at NASA, is not for all new programs, but includes funding for existing programs that will now fall under the new exploration bureaucracy. It includes $483 million for Project Prometheus, the nuclear power and propulsion program started in 2003 and $428 million for Project Constellation, the new name for the proposed Crew Exploration Vehicle (CEV). While the CEV is a new program, it replaces a similar effort known as the Orbital Space Plane...




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posted on Jan, 31 2004 @ 07:31 AM
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Nice numbers I heard about the project connstellation a few days ago when nasa was adressing congress but never found anything on that on google guess its new. I wonder if they are going to take any of the x-prize ships into consideration.



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