Budget cuts may stifle space exploration

09/12/2004 | Aviation Now

When the House Appropriations Committee approved $15.1 billion for NASA's fiscal year 2005 budget, the figure was $1.1 billion below NASA's request and reflected a $229 million decrease from 2004's fiscal year budget. The budget drawn up by the House would "significantly compromise the opportunity for the exploration agenda," according to NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe.

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