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NASA 168653main NASA FY08 Budget Summary

NASA 168653main NASA FY08 Budget Summary

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration
FY 2008BudgetEstimates
 
How to Read NASA’s Budget Tables
Budget Authority ($ in millions)FY 2006ActualFY 2007FY 2008FY 2009FY 2010FY 2011FY 2012FY 2008 President's BudgetRequest
Theme ATheme BTheme C
FY 2007 President's BudgetRequest
Theme ATheme BTheme C
Total Change from FY 2007President's Budget Request
Budget numbers using new Theme structureand new method full cost simplification.Budget numbers using new Theme structureand old method full cost.Top line changes
NASA Mission Directorate Budget Table
Sep2006Op Plan
Budget Authority ($ in millions)FY 2006ActualFY 2007FY 2008FY 2009FY 2010FY 2011FY 2012FY 2008 President's BudgetRequest
Theme ATheme BTheme C
FY 2007 President's BudgetRequest
Theme ATheme BTheme C
 
Total Change from FY 2007President's Budget Request
Budget numbers using new Theme structureand new method full cost simplification.Budget numbers using new Theme structureand old method full cost.Top line changes
NASA Mission Directorate Budget Table
Sep2006Op Plan
 
The Mission Directorate budget tables provide the full FY 2008 President’s Budget Request for each MissionDirectorate and the Theme(s) under that Directorate. Each table provides comparative values from the FY2007 President’s Budget Request based on the Agency’s previous full cost accounting method and convertedto the new FY 2008 Theme structure. The bottom row displays the net change between these two line items.
Budget Authority($ in millions)FY 2006FY 2007FY 2008FY 2009FY 2010FY 2011FY 2012
Theme XProgram AProgram B
NASA Theme / Program Budget Table
Budget numbers using new Theme structureand new method full cost simplification.Sep2006Op Plan
Budget Authority($ in millions)FY 2006FY 2007FY 2008FY 2009FY 2010FY 2011FY 2012
Theme XProgram AProgram B
NASA Theme / Program Budget Table
 
Budget numbers using new Theme structureand new method full cost simplification.
Budget Authority($ in millions)FY 2006FY 2007FY 2008FY 2009FY 2010FY 2011FY 2012
Theme XProgram AProgram B
NASA Theme / Program Budget Table
 
Budget numbers using new Theme structureand new method full cost simplification.Sep2006Op Plan
 
The Theme and Program budget tables provide the FY 2008 President’s Budget Request for each Theme orprogram line item. Each Theme and Program budget table displays information for the programs or projectsincluded as part of that Theme or Program.
FY 2008 column from FY 2007President’s Budget Requestusing new Theme structure andold method full cost.FY 2008 budget request usingnew Theme structure and newmethod full cost simplification.
Highlights of Theme / Major Program Changes
ThemeFY 2007PBRequestFY 2008PBRequestChange
Program AProgram BProgram C
FY 2008
 
FY 2008 column from FY 2007President’s Budget Requestusing new Theme structure andold method full cost.FY 2008 budget request usingnew Theme structure and newmethod full cost simplification.
Highlights of Theme / Major Program Changes
ThemeFY 2007PBRequestFY 2008PBRequestChange
Program AProgram BProgram C
FY 2008
 
The Highlights of Theme/Major Program Changes table provides a comparison for FY 2008 that displays thedifference between the FY 2007 President’s Budget Request (with the Agency’s previous full cost accountingmethod and the new Theme structure) and the FY 2008 President’s Budget Request. In addition, shortnarratives are provided to explain the changes in each of program or project.NOTE: The numbers in the budget tables may not add up due to rounding.
 
National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationPresident’s FY 2008 Budget Request
(Budget authority, $ in millions)
 
By Appropriation AccountBy Mission Directorate FY 2007
FY 2008
 FY 2009 FY 20010 FY 2011 FY 2012By Theme
Science, Aeronautics and Exploration 10,650.610,483.110,868.411,364.2 15,386.515,888.6
 
Science 5,466.8
 
5,516.1
 
5,555.3
 
5,600.6
 
5,656.9
 
5,802.7
 
 
Earth Science
 
1,464.51,497.31,545.81,520.1 1,411.21,353.2Heliophysics 1,028.11,057.21,028.41,091.3 1,241.21,307.5Planetary Science 1,411.21,395.81,676.91,720.3 1,738.31,748.2 
 
Astrophysics 1,563.01,565.81,304.21,268.9 1,266.21,393.8 
Exploration Systems
 
4,152.5
 
3,923.8
 
4,312.8
 
4,757.8
 
8,725.2
 
9,076.8
 
 
Constellation Systems 3,232.53,068.03,451.23,784.9 7,666.07,993.0Advanced Capabilities 920.0855.8861.6973.0 1,059.11,083.9 
Aeronautics Research 529.3554.0546.7545.3 549.8554.7
Aeronautics Technology 529.3554.0546.7545.3 549.8554.7 
 
Cross-Agency Support Programs
 
502.0489.2453.5460.4 454.7454.4
Education 167.4153.7152.8152.7 149.8149.6Advanced Business Systems 97.4103.169.471.6 67.667.5Innovative Partnerships Program 215.1198.1197.2199.8 200.0200.0Shared Capability Assets Program 22.134.334.236.2 37.337.2 
Continuing Resolution Rate* (555.60)
 
Exploration Capabilities 6,108.36,791.76,710.36,625.7 3,036.62,978.0
 
Space Operations
 
6,108.3
 
6,791.7
 
6,710.3
 
6,625.7
 
3,036.6
 
2,978.0
 
 
Space Shuttle 4,017.64,007.53,650.93,634.4 116.20.0International Space Station 1,762.62,238.62,515.12,609.2 2,547.52,600.8Space and Flight Support 328.1545.7544.3382.0 372.9377.2 
 
Continuing Resolution Rate* 
 
(40.9)
 
Inspector General 33.534.635.536.4 37.338.3
 
Continuing Resolution Rate* 
 
(2.0)
 
TOTAL 16,792.317,309.417,614.218,026.3 18,460.418,905.0
Year to Year Change 3.1%1.8%2.3% 2.4%2.4% FY 2007 column represents the 2007 President's Budget in full-cost simplification and shown in the new Theme structure.
 
Modification to FY 2007 if current continuing resolution is extended for entire year, and assuming $126.1M institutional mission support transfers from Exploration Capabilities to Science, Aeronautics and Exploration. Not included in totals.
Totals may not add due to rounding.

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