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Rep. Steve Palazzo's Statement on the 2013 NASA Authorization

Rep. Steve Palazzo's Statement on the 2013 NASA Authorization

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Rep. Steve Palazzo (R-Miss) issued this statement June 19,2013 to accompany a draft spending authorization bill for NASA
Rep. Steve Palazzo (R-Miss) issued this statement June 19,2013 to accompany a draft spending authorization bill for NASA

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June 17
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, 2013The Honorable Lamar SmithChairman, Committee on Science, Space and Technology U.S. House of Representatives2409 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 The Honorable Steven PalazzoChairman, Subcommittee on Space and AeronauticsCommittee on Science, Space, and Technology U.S. House of Representatives331 Cannon House Office Building Washington, DC 20515
Dear Chairman Smith and Chairman Palazzo,The Planetary Society strongly supports the funding levels authorized forPlanetary Science in the
 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Authorization Act of 2013
proposed in the United States House of Representatives. The House Science Committee, working within very stringent budgetary limitations, prioritized funding for the Planetary ScienceDivision commensurate with its importance to NASA’s core mission of exploration. With this level of support, NASA is well-positioned to achieve theamazing science outlined in the National Research Council’s recent Planetary Science Decadal Survey, including the potential first step in a Mars samplereturn mission.Furthermore, we strongly support the committee’s statements endorsing theEuropa Clipper multiple-flyby mission, a 24-month cadence for Discovery-class missions, 60-month cadence for New Frontiers missions, and adherenceto the recent Space Science Decadal Surveys.

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