Congress should return NASA's aeronautics budget to 1998 levels to help assure the United States' leadership in aviation, a report by the National Institute for Aerospace says. NASA needs an average five-year annual increase of $885.5 million in its aeronautics budget, the report says, which would roughly double what the agency has requested for aeronautics for fiscal 2006 (DAILY, Feb. 8). "The budget increases we recommend are necessary to begin a revitalization effort for ...


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