<i>National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA): is funded at $16.379 billion, an increase of $200 million over the FY04 enacted level, and a reduction of $665 million from the budget request. An additional $800 million in emergency funding was added for NASA during the Committee's consideration of the bill.<br /><br />-- The return to flight activities for the Shuttle program are funded at $4.319 billion, the requested level from the Administration.<br /><br />-- The International Space Station is funded at $1.6 billion. The bill reduces ISS operations by $120 million due to the continued reduced capability of the ISS for at least half of FY05.<br /><br />-- The Moon/Mars vision:<br /><br />--- The Crew Exploration Vehicle (CEV) is funded at $268 million.<br /><br />--- A lunar exploration mission is funded at $20 million.<br /><br />--- $10 million is provided for Centennial Challenges. Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation (NRC): is funded at $115 million, the same as FY04 and the budget request. </i><br /><br /><br />link<br /><br />Not what they wanted but more than enough to keep the program alive over the next year. I just hope the House plays along...