NASA’s FY2012 Budget Request: A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

NASA’s FY2012 Budget Request: A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

NASA’s FY2012 Budget Request is a SpacePolicyOnline.com fact sheet that tracked NASA’s FY2012 budget request as it worked its way through Congress and shows the final FY2012 appropriations for the agency.  The report was most recently updated on January 11, 2012.

NASA’s FY2011 Appropriations: Final Action in the 112th Congress

NASA’s FY2011 Appropriations: Final Action in the 112th Congress

NASA’s FY2011 Appropriations: Final Action in the 112th Congress is a SpacePolicyOnline.com fact sheet that tracked congressional action on NASA’s FY2011 budget in the 112th Congress and shows the final appropriations amounts for the agency in the full-year Continuing Resolution (P.L. 112-10). The final version is dated April 19, 2011; it will not be updated again.

A historical SpacePolicyOnline.com fact sheet that tracked action on NASA’s FY2011 authorization and appropriations bills in the 111th Congress remains available, but is not updated. It includes the authorized levels for NASA for FY2011, FY2012 and FY2013.

A separate SpacePolicyOnline.com fact sheet tracks the FY2012 request.

NASA’s FY2011 Budget Request in the 111th Congress (Historical): A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

NASA’s FY2011 Budget Request in the 111th Congress (Historical): A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

NASA’s FY2011 Budget Request and FY2012-2013 Projections in the 111th Congress (Historical) is a HISTORICAL SpacePolicyOnline.com fact sheet that tracked President Obama’s fiscal year 2011 budget request for NASA as it worked its way through the 111th Congress. It provides tabular data comparing the FY2011 budget request and its projections for FY2012 and FY2013 with the 2010 NASA Authorization Act (P.L. 111-267). It also has HISTORICAL information on FY2011 appropriations action in the 111th Congress. For current information on the FY2011 appropriations see our more recent fact sheet NASA’s FY2011 Appropriations: The Debate Continues in the 112th Congress. We also have a separate fact sheet on NASA’s FY2012 request.

Legislative Checklist: 114th Congress

Legislative Checklist: 114th Congress

Legislative Checklist for 114th Congress:  Major Space-Related Legislation is a free SpacePolicyOnline.com fact sheet that tracked major legislation concerning the U.S. space program (civil, military and commercial) that was introduced in or passed by the 114th Congress (2015-2016).  Information includes bill numbers, dates of action taken by congressional committees, report numbers when bills are reported from committee, and public law numbers for those signed into law.  This is the final version of the fact sheet, dated January 4, 2017, reflecting all action through the end of the 114th Congress on January 3, 2017.

Legislative Checklist 113th Congress: Major Space-Related Legislation

Legislative Checklist 113th Congress: Major Space-Related Legislation

Legislative Checklist 113th Congress:  Major Space-Related Legislation is a free SpacePolicyOnline.com fact sheet that provides information on major legislation concerning the U.S. space program (civil, military, commercial) pending before or passed by the 113th Congress (2013-2014).   Information includes bill numbers, dates of action taken by congressional committees, and links to legislation and related congressional committee reports.  The fact sheet was updated as needed throughout the 113th Congress.   This is the final version, dated January 3, 2015.

Legislative Checklist: Major Space-Related Legislation in the 112th Congress, A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

Legislative Checklist: Major Space-Related Legislation in the 112th Congress, A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

Legislative Checklist:  Major Space-Related Legislation in the 112th Congress is a SpacePolicyOnline.com fact sheet that tracked major space-related legislation as it moved through the 112th Congress (the years 2011-2012).

Bill numbers, report numbers, and dates when major steps in the legislative process — such as subcommittee and full commitee markup, floor consideration, conference action, and signing into law — are shown.  It includes funding bills for NASA, NOAA, DOD and the Office of Commercial Space Transportation at the Federal Aviation Administration, including the FY2013 Continuing Resolution that funds the government through March 27, 2013.  It also includes legislation to extend the government’s authority to indemnify commercial launch services companies from claims by third parties (the general public) for certain amounts of money if there is a launch accident, to ease export controls on commercial satellitles, and to rename the Dryden Flight Research Center after Neil Armstrong.

This fact sheet was updated many times throughout the 112th Congress.  This is the final version and is dated January 18, 2013.

Major Space-Related Legislation in the 111th Congress: A Checklist — A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

Major Space-Related Legislation in the 111th Congress: A Checklist — A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

Major Space-Related Legislation in the 111th Congress is a SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet that tracked major space-related legislation in the 111th Congress by bill number and legislative status. This is the final update for this fact sheet and is dated January 13, 2011.

NASA’s Project Constellation and the Future of Human Spaceflight: A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

NASA’s Project Constellation and the Future of Human Spaceflight: A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

NASA’s Project Constellation and the Future of Human Spaceflight (Historical Information) is a SpacePolicyOnline.com fact sheet that provides historical information on NASA’s Constellation program created under the George W. Bush administration and cancelled by President Barack Obama. This final update was written on May 24, 2011.

NASA’s Project Constellation (Historical): A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

NASA’s Project Constellation (Historical): A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

NASA’s Project Constellation is a historical SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet about NASA’s program to design and develop spacecraft and launch vehicles to return humans to the Moon by 2020 and someday send them to Mars. President Obama proposed cancelling Constellation in his FY2011 budget request. This fact sheet was updated through October 11, 2010. For current information, see its replacement: NASA’s Project Constellation and the Future of Human Spaceflight: A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet .

NASA’s Lunar Robotic Spacecraft, LRO and LCROSS: A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

NASA’s Lunar Robotic Spacecraft, LRO and LCROSS: A SpacePolicyOnline.com Fact Sheet

NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) and Lunar CRater Observing and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS ) is a SpacePolicyOnline.com 1-pager that describes these two NASA lunar spacecraft missions. The fact sheet is authored by Laura M. Delgado and was updated on October 27, 2010.