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Waspie_Dwarf

President signs $17.6 billion NASA budget

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Waspie_Dwarf

President Obama signs $17.6 billion NASA budget

President Barack Obama signed a budget measure Friday giving NASA more than $17.6 billion for the year, fully funding the space agency's heavy-lift Space Launch System and Orion exploration capsule while falling short of NASA's request to pay for commercial space taxis.

The space agency's top line budget is $17.65 billion in the spending bill, which runs until the end of September and was passed by Congress earlier this week. The $1.1 trillion budget covers the entire federal government.

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stevewinn

is this good or bad compared to previous budgets?

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DONTEATUS

Now Get off Obama`s back please !

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coolguy

Good job Obama .17 billion is a good start

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Dark_Grey

Let's look to the skies! Come on humanity, it's time to evolve and GET OUT THERE :yes:

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spartan max2

I hope NASA uses this money for TERRAFORMING :w00t:

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Waspie_Dwarf

I hope NASA uses this money for TERRAFORMING :w00t:

So you want NASA to spend their money on something that is currently not technically possible. Right?!

Even congress' decisions on how NASA must spend this money look sensible in comparison.

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spartan max2

So you want NASA to spend their money on something that is currently not technically possible. Right?!

Even congress' decisions on how NASA must spend this money look sensible in comparison.

We spend money for them to learn how to make it technically possible :innocent:

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