FY 2006 Budget Passed by Congress

NASA Adminstrator's Statement on Passage of FY 2006 Budget

"I offer my sincere thanks to the House and Senate for endorsing and funding, for the second straight year, our activities to implement America's Vision for Space Exploration. NASA's FY 2006 funding bill of $16.5 billion - 0.7 percent of the federal budget..."

NASA Glenn gets boost from Senate-revised budget, Cleveland Plain Dealer

"While that's good news in the short term for the Glenn center, it's too soon to say that means an upward trend. NASA and Congress have not agreed on all the components as the space agency turns in a new direction. The long-term role of aeronautics -- Glenn's traditional strength -- has been at risk as the White House pushes to focus on space travel."

Senate passes NASA budget, Orlando Sentinel

"The budget is $260.3 million above what NASA got for the last fiscal year, and it is $1 million more than President Bush's request. Bush wants astronauts back on the moon by 2018 and possible exploration of Mars after the return to the moon got $3.1 billion of the budget."

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