The Senate Commerce Committee is moving ahead with plans for a hearing this morning titled "Transition and Implementation: The NASA Authorization Act of 2010″. Presidential science advisor John Holdren is scheduled to testify initially, followed by a panel featuring NASA CFO Beth Robinson and GAO's Cristina Chaplain and Susan A. Poling. The committee hasn't released any other information about the hearing topics. Florida Today is hoping that the hearing emphasizes the need to fully fund NASA in FY2011. $300 million, the approximate difference in the agency's overall budget between 2010 and 2011, "is less than a pittance in the mammoth federal budget" the editorial claims, but for the agency "it's a must-have down payment on its future." However, as the Orlando Sentinel reports, "almost no one thinks NASA will get the full $19 billion" in the original budget proposal (and authorization act); the only question is how big the cuts are, and how they're distributed.
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