Research, space technology and earth science are some of the highlights of Biden’s mission in its NASA 2023 funding proposal released Wednesday (March 28).
NASA’s $ 26 billion project is expected to advance the Artemis project to put people on the moon, to solve the problem of climate change by looking at “open” data (no. limited), and promote technology development with business partners. , said the bills.
The White House’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is asking for $ 25.973 billion, which is $ 1.93 billion (or 8%) over the 2022 budget available to NASA. The company received $ 24,041 billion for 2022 in an omnibus rental bill approved earlier this month.
Aircraft technology has seen an increase of $ 1.4 billion (up from $ 1.44 billion in 2022), while climate change has seen a slight increase of $ 2.4 billion (over $ 2.3 billion).
Since the NASA report in 2023, the earth sciences and astrophysics projects have been known to have fixed assets. However, Aeronautics received the largest increase in demand, to $ 971.5 million (more than the $ 914 million requested and $ 800 million awarded in 2022.)
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In human research, Artemis ’Human Landing System (HLS) received the lion’s share of a $ 2.6 billion application (more than $ 2 billion by 2022), in the advertising development fund. HLS asked for itself $ 1.5 billion. The project was delayed for seven months by legal action and Blue Origin lawsuits following a single original gift to SpaceX.
Artemis ’exploration system development infrastructure (including the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft), however, has $ 4.7 billion in demand, a far cry from the $ 4.5 billion in fiscal 2022. The news comes in time. to prepare Artemis 1 for a “wet dressing” (number one) before the intended departure for a month -long missionary, not before May.
ISS funding currently stands at about $ 1.307 million (down from $ 1.327 million in 2022), with support for aircraft systems such as SpaceX’s Crew Dragon sitting close to a year.
NASA’s intention to begin developing new -generation space stations to replace the old ISS displays is in the pipeline; the numbers are small, even though the right half is doubled. Fiscal 2023 has a budget of $ 224 million for future central banks, more than double the $ 102 million demand for 2022.
However, NASA’s advertising spend will amount to $ 161 million (more than $ 195 million by 2022) for long -term systems related to housing and human support for a Mars missionaries by humans.
The $ 822 million request for the return of Mars now includes details about the island missionaries who are expected to take samples from the Perseverance rover, which is currently working on the Red Planet to hide rocks and treasures.
More details will be announced later today at 2 pm EDT (1900 GMT) NASA State Director Bill Nelson, and at 4:30 pm EDT (2130 GMT) NASA State of the Union address. for the media.