2018 NASA Budget, Forecast to 2022

2018 NASA Budget, Forecast to 2022

Budget Assessment of FY 2018—Proposed Spending

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27-Oct-2017
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Research Code: 9AB0-00-4C-00-00
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Key Study Takeaways
•     The Science budget funds: Planetary Science, Astrophysics of Earth-like planets, James Webb Space Telescope for launch in 2018, and Heliophysics to study the Sun, Earth Science to improve modeling of Earth as a system. The budget terminates 5 Earth Science missions: Pre-aerosol, Clouds, and Ocean Ecosystem (PACE), Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO-3), Radiation Budget Instrument (RBI), Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) Earth-viewing Instruments, and CLARREO Pathfinder.
•     The budget for the aeronautics segment continues support for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)’s NextGen concept, awards a design-and-build contract for a Low Boom Flight Demonstrator X-Plane, and advances electric propulsion systems by flight testing an all-electric aircraft, the X-57.
•     Space technology funding includes spending to complete hardware for the Laser Communications Relay Demonstration project, MOXIE, and Terrain Relative Navigation projects, and will begin integration and testing to support the Mars 2020 schedule.
•     The budget for the exploration segment funds Space Launch System (SLS), Orion, and Exploration Ground System (EGS) to prepare for Exploration Mission (EM)-1, the first pairing of Orion and SLS, and EM-2, the first crewed mission, including habitation systems, crew mobility systems, vehicle systems, autonomous systems, and robotic precursors for missions beyond the Earth’s orbit. The Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) will not be pursued.
•     The budget for the space operations segment provides launch services for NASA payloads and space communications and navigation.
•     The budget proposes to eliminate the Office of Education.
Key Questions this Study will Answer:
o     How has the NASA budget changed from 2016 to 2018?
o     In relation to the 2018 funding request, which are the NASA segments that offer the most appealing opportunities for growth?
o     What are some of the programs for which NASA has requested funding?
o     Which are the companies that are capturing new portions of the NASA budget?
o     Will NASA spending rise or fall within the next 5 years?
o     What are the types of programs that are offering the most lucrative contracts awarded by NASA?
Study Scope:
•     This research is a budget request review restricted to the United States.
•     The market has been segmented according to NASA's budget categories. Some segments do not have discussion slides, as the numbers speak for themselves.
•     Segment spending is divided by individual projects or programs as appropriate.
•     This study bases 2017 as the year in progress and an approved budget has not been enacted. The budget request is subject to changes until the Congress passes the bill to enact the budget.
•     All prices are identified in US dollars. Negative values are denoted in parentheses.
•     Competitive market information is not included. Companies providing services and products have been included in the individual projects or programs.
•     Several NASA segments are not reviewed in detail because most of their spending is non-discretionary and is dedicated to salaries and operating expenses.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Market Engineering Measurements

CEO’s Perspective

Research Scope and Definitions

Budget Overview

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Market Segmentation

Market Engineering Measurements

Forecast Assumptions

Total NASA Budget—Spending Forecast

Total NASA Budget—Spending Forecast Discussion

Science Segment—Funding Request Breakdown

Science Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)

Science Budget—Discussion

Earth Science Sub-segment—Spending Areas

Earth Science Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects

Earth Science Sub-segment—Top Missions

Earth Science Sub-segment—Top Missions (continued)

Earth Science Sub-segment Budget—Discussion

Planetary Science Sub-segment—Spending Areas

Planetary Science Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects

Planetary Science Sub-segment—Top Missions

Planetary Science Sub-segment—Top Missions (continued)

Planetary Science Sub-segment Budget—Discussion

Astrophysics Sub-segment—Spending Areas

Astrophysics Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects

Astrophysics Sub-segment—Top Missions

Astrophysics Science Sub-segment Budget—Discussion

James Webb Space Telescope Sub-segment—Spending Areas

James Webb Space Telescope Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects

James Webb Space Telescope Sub-segment—Top Mission

James Webb Space Telescope Budget—Discussion

Heliophysics Sub-segment—Spending Areas

Heliophysics Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects

Heliophysics Sub-segment—Top Missions

Heliophysics Sub-segment—Top Missions (continued)

Heliophysics Sub-segment Budget—Discussion

Aeronautics Segment—Funding Request Breakdown

Aeronautics Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)

Airspace Operations and Safety Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects

Airspace Operations and Safety Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects

Advanced Air Vehicles Sub-segment—Top Programs

Advanced Air Vehicles Sub-segment—Top Programs (continued)

Integrated Aviation Systems Sub-segment—Top Programs

Integrated Aviation Systems Sub-segment—Top Programs (continued)

Transformative Aero Concepts Sub-segment—Top Programs

Transformative Aero Concepts Sub-segment—Top Programs (continued)

Aeronautics Segment Budget—Discussion

Space Technology Segment—Funding Request Breakdown

Space Technology Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)

SBIR/STTR Sub-segment—Top Programs

SBIR/STTR Sub-segment—Top Programs (continued)

Space Technology Research and Development Sub-segment—Funding Request Breakdown

Space Technology Research and Development Sub-segment—Top Programs

Space Technology Research and Development Sub-segment—Top Programs (continued)

Space Technology Segment Budget—Discussion

Exploration Segment—Funding Request Breakdown

Exploration Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)

Exploration Systems Development Sub-segment—Spending Areas

Exploration Systems Development Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects

Exploration Systems Development Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects (continued)

Exploration Systems Development Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects (continued)

Exploration Systems Development Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects (continued)

Exploration Systems Development Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects (continued)

Exploration Systems Development Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects (continued)

Exploration Systems Development Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects (continued)

Exploration Systems R&D Sub-segment—Spending Areas

Exploration Systems R&D Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects

Exploration Systems R&D Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects (continued)

Exploration Systems R&D Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects (continued)

Exploration Segment Budget—Discussion

Space Operations Segment—Funding Request Breakdown

Space Operations Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)

Space Operations Segment Budget—Discussion

ISS Sub-segment—Spending Areas

ISS Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects

ISS Sub-segment Budget—Discussion

Space Transportation Sub-segment—Spending Areas

Space Transportation Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects

Space Transportation Sub-segment—Discussion

SFS Sub-segment—Spending Areas

SFS Sub-segment: Space Communications and Navigation—Spending Areas

SFS Sub-segment: Space Communications and Navigation—Top Programs/Projects

SFS Sub-segment: Space Communications and Navigation—Top Programs/Projects (continued)

Human Space Flight Operations Sub-segment—Top Programs/Projects

Launch Services—Top Programs/Projects

SFS Sub-segment Budget—Discussion

Education Segment—Funding Request Breakdown

Safety, Security, and Mission Services Segment—Funding Request Breakdown

Center Management and Operations Sub-segment—Funding Request Breakdown

Agency Management and Operations Sub-segment—Funding Request Breakdown

Safety, Security, and Mission Services Segment Budget—Discussion

Construction and Environmental Compliance and Restoration Segment—Funding Request Breakdown

Construction of Facilities (CoF) Sub-segment—Funding Request Breakdown

Construction and Environmental Compliance and Restoration Segment Budget—Discussion

Inspector General Segment—Funding Request Breakdown

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

List of Abbreviations/Acronyms

List of Abbreviations/Acronyms (continued)

List of Abbreviations/Acronyms (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Key Study Takeaways • The Science budget funds: Planetary Science, Astrophysics of Earth-like planets, James Webb Space Telescope for launch in 2018, and Heliophysics to study the Sun, Earth Science to improve modeling of Earth as a system. The budget terminates 5 Earth Science missions: Pre-aerosol, Clouds, and Ocean Ecosystem (PACE), Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO-3), Radiation Budget Instrument (RBI), Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) Earth-viewing Instruments, and CLARREO Pathfinder. • The budget for the aeronautics segment continues support for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)’s NextGen concept, awards a design-and-build contract for a Low Boom Flight Demonstrator X-Plane, and advances electric propulsion systems by flight testing an all-electric aircraft, the X-57. • Space technology funding includes spending to complete hardware for the Laser Communications Relay Demonstration project, MOXIE, and Terrain Relative Navigation projects, and will begin integration and testing to support the Mars 2020 schedule. • The budget for the exploration segment funds Space Launch System (SLS), Orion, and Exploration Ground System (EGS) to prepare for Exploration Mission (EM)-1, the first pairing of Orion and SLS, and EM-2, the first crewed mission, including habitation systems, crew mobility systems, vehicle systems, autonomous systems, and robotic precursors for missions beyond the Earth’s orbit. The Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) will not be pursued. • The budget for the space operations segment provides launch services for NASA payloads and space communications and navigation. • The budget proposes to eliminate the Office of Education. Key Questions this Study will Answer: o How has the NASA budget changed from 2016 to 2018? o In relation to the 2018 funding request, which are the NASA segments that offer the most appealing opportunities for growth? o What are some of the programs for which NASA has requested funding? o Which are the companies that are
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