The Senate Appropriations Commerce, Justice and Science subcommittee that funds the government’s science activities has provided $19.5 billion for NASA in draft spending legislation for fiscal 2018, adding $437 more than the president’s budget request for projects including the Space Launch System (SLS) and Orion crew capsule. In all that is a $124 million reduction from what NASA received in fiscal 2017. The amount is roughly $400 million less than what House Appropriations ...

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