Government Space Budgets
United States Government Space Budget
The U.S. government increased spending on space activities in 2018. This spending represents a greater share of global space economy investment than any other nation. The U.S. government allocated the majority of funding to the Department of . . .
Seven U.S. civil government agencies have space line items, if not subordinate space agencies, in their budget…
Space technologies are a vital asset to the United States military across air, land, sea, and cyberspace. All four branches under the Department of Defense (DoD) – the Air Force (USAF), the Army (USA), the Navy (USN), and the Marine Corp (USMC) – have space assets. DoD agencies…
Nearly half of U.S. government spending, 47.7%, went toward national security space activities within the Department of Defense (DoD) budget. Intelligence programs run by . . .
The United States spent $22.4 billion on civil space activities in FY 2016, up 6.7% from $21.0 billion in FY 2015. Civil spending accounts for just over . . .
The United States spent $43.3 billion on space activities in fiscal year (FY) 2017, which ran from October 1, 2016, through September 30, 2017. This was a . . .
The United States spent $22.4 billion on civil space activities in FY 2016, up 6.7% from $21.0 billion in FY 2015. Civil spending accounts for just over half of total U.S. space spending. The largest contributor . . .
The DoD’s space budget of $## billion, ##% of the total U.S. space budget, covers programs overseen by the military services and at least two major but clandestine organizations: the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). The very natures of the NRO and NGA allow the DoD to classify not just program details, but program budgets, making it difficult to know the share of the DoD’s budget each one receives. The top five unclassified military space programs funded in 2014 were the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV), Global Positioning System (GPS), Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS), Advanced EHF (AEHF), and Space Fence.
The United States spent $## billion on space activities in FY 2016, which ran from October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016. ## of this spending, ## %, went…
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