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List of 2005 Earmarks

In fiscal year 2005, there were 30 earmarks totaling $59,060,000.

Agency:    National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Bureau:    National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Account:    Exploration capabilities
Certifying Official:    Deputy Assistant Administrator
Certifying Organization:    Office of Legislative Affairs

To view information about the earmark, click on the earmark title.

2005 Earmarks Amount ($K)
Alabama A&M University for Advanced Propulsion Materials Research$1,250
Bowling Green State University Hybrid Engine project$300
COM Simulation Architecture$400
Computing, Information and Communications Technology Program (CICT) for High Information Density Approaches to Mobile Broadband Internet Communications$2,980
Continuation of the Space Alliance Technology Outreach Program for business incubators in Florida and New York$5,950
Cryogenic Power Electronics Development at the State University of New York at Albany$990
Garrett Morgan Commercial$300
Glennan Microsystems Initiative$400
Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory for development of performance safety, and mission success tools for NASA programs$1,980
Integrated system simulation strategy$2,980
MCNC-Research and Development Institute (RDI) for continued funding for a Laboratory for Distributed Chemical and Biological Sensors$600
Marshall Space Flight Center for the commercial technology program$3,970
Mobile Broadband Network project, a joint effort between NASA and the Air Force Research Laboratory$2,980
NASA's Independent Verification and Validation Facility, of which $800,000 is available for Code Level Metrics Data Program; $400,000 is available for IV & V of Neural Nets; and $400,000 is available for Software Legacy$2,480
Nano and Micro Devices Laboratory at the University of Alabama in Huntsville$500
National Center for Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance at GRC$200
National Center of Excellence in Infotronics in Rochester, New York$2,980
National Center of Excellence in Small Scale Systems Packaging at the State University of New York at Binghamton$990
National Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology Programs at Stony Brook University, New York$990
Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana for the Advanced Manufacturing Institute$740
SSME program office at Marshall for development of a knowledge management integrated data environment$1,980
Simulation based acquisition for manned space flight vehicle, design and testing, MSFC$890
Stennis Space Center for the commercial technology program$3,970
Technology Research & Development Authority of Central Florida for continuing investment in IT, and security technologies$150
Transfer to Air Force Research Laboratory to continue joint research between NASA and Air Force on emerging areas of computing including grid computing, quantum & biomelecular information processing technology$2,980
University of Alabama in Huntsville for a Space Flight Guidance, Navigation, and Control Test Bed$500
University of Maryland, College Park for the nanotechnology institute$1,740
University of New Orleans, Louisiana for the Composites Research Center of Excellence and for the development of advanced metallic joining technologies at Michoud Space Center$990
Wheeling Jesuit University, West Virginia for continued operation of the National Technology Transfer Center$1,980
Within funds provided, $10M for PRL at MSFC to perform non-nuclear research on spacecraft engine systems that support nuclear thermal propulsion development$9,920

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