Clinton Administration estimates show NASA taking another $3.2 billion in cuts through fiscal 2000 beyond the $5 billion cut the White House ordered last year, leaving the U.S. space agency with a budget of $11.6 billion at the turn of the century. A grim-faced Administrator Daniel S. Goldin told reporters at agency headquarters yesterday that "these projections are not chiseled in stone," and vowed a fight to raise them as negotiations continue between the White House and Capitol ...

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