Appropriators Release FY2014 Omnibus Bill, NASA Does Well
It may not be the full enchilada, but NASA did pretty well all things considered in the proposed FY2014 omnibus appropriations bill released tonight (January 13).
Assuming approval by the House, Senate and President, NASA will get $17.6 billion for FY2014, not that much less than its $17.7 billion request. Under some scenarios, NASA could have gotten as little as $16.1 billion, so this is a tremendous improvement. A quick look through the bill shows that the agency would receive:
The prohibition on engaging in any activities related to bilateral space cooperation with China remains.
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