Tight budget forces NASA to shift funds

NASA must shift funding from its science and moon-landing programs to keep the space shuttles flying. The fiscal 2007 budget increases NASA's spending from $16.6 billion to $16.8 billion. "NASA simply cannot afford to do everything that our many constituencies would like us to do," NASA Administrator Michael Griffin said Monday.

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