Space Science Revolt Continues

NASA Space Science Continues To Be at Risk

"Even more serious are the cuts and money transfers going on right now in the 2006 budget from science to human spaceflight. Unfortunately, even if Congress were to increase funding for NASA science, such funding could be quickly lost. Administrator Griffin already has said that science will be used to cover funding shortages for the "higher-priority" expenses associated with human spaceflight such as the shuttle and its replacement. Barring specific direction from Congress forbidding NASA to make such transfers, the prospect for NASA space science is grim."

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