House Science Committee Hearings on NASA Earth Science

Experts: Severe Budget Cuts Threaten Vitality of NASA Earth Science Programs, House Science Committee

House Science Committee Democrats Decry Budget Cuts, Lack of Clear Direction in NASA's Earth Science Program

"The bottom line appears to be that NASA's Earth Science program faces the prospect of being marginalized in the coming years as the agency puts its focus on the President's exploration initiative," remarked Ranking Member Rep. Bart Gordon (D-TN)."

NASA Earth Science Programs to be Topic of Congressional Hearing, House Science Committee

"NASA proposes to spend about $1.37 billion on Earth science research in fiscal year 2006 (FY06, a cut of about $120 million, or 8 percent, from FY05 (or about $180 million, or 12 percent, below the FY04 request)."

Prepared Statements:

- Rep. Sherwood Boehlert
- Rep. Mark Udall
- Rep. Bart Gordon
- Ray Williamson
- Sean Solomon
- Marcia McNutt
- Timothy Killeen
- Berrien Moore
- Alphonso Diaz

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