Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 6.djvu/551

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PUBLIC LAW 102-588 —NOV. 4, 1992 106 STAT. 5109 (14) Space Research and Technology, $308,500,000, of which $5,000,000 is authorized for carrying out a program of component technology development, validation, and demonstration directed at reducing the cost and improving the capabilities and reliability of commercial laimch vehicles. (15) Space Exploration, $15,900,000. (16) Safety, Reliability, and Quality Assurance, $32,500,000. (17) Academic Programs, $71,400,000. (18) Tracking and Data Advanced Systems, $23,200,000. (b) SPACE FLIGHT, CONTROL, AND DATA COMMUNICATIONS. — There are authorized to be appropriated to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to become available October 1, 1992, for "Space Flight, Control, and Data Communications" for the following programs: (1) Space Shuttle Production and Operational Capability, $1,315,800,000, of which $315,000,000 is authorized for the Advanced Solid Rocket Motor Program. (2) Space Transportation Enhancement, $7,000,000, for assessment of the mission need and cost justification of providing for the incremental improvement in the Space Shuttle fleet, including— (A) the extension of on-orbit duration; (6) the development of unmanned Shuttle capabilities; (C) the increase in lift performance; and (D) the enhancement of existent Shuttle flight reliability. (3) Space Shuttle Operations, $3,085,200,000. (4) Launch Services, $207,500,000. (5) Space and Ground Network, Communications, and Data Systems, $903,500,000. (c) CONSTRUCTION OF FACILITIES.— T here are authorized to be appropriated to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to become available October 1, 1992, for "Construction of Facilities", including land acquisition, as follows: (1) Construction of Space Station Processing Facility, Kennedy Space Center, $24,000,000. (2) Modifications for Payload Operations, Integration Center, Marshall Space Flight Center, $1,800,000. (3) Replacement of Aircraft Operations Support Facilities, Johnson Space Center, $1,600,000. (4) Modification of Electrical and Mechanical System, Utility Annex, Kennedy Space Center, $4,400,000. (5) Rehabilitetion of Explosive Safe Area-60 High Bays Support System, Kennedy Space Center, $2,000,000. (6) Rehabilitetion of LC-39 Area Fire Alarm Reporting System, Kennedy Space Center, $4,300,000. (7) Replacement of Boiler House Components, Michoud Assembly Facility, $2,300,000. (8) Restoration of High Pressure Gas Facility, Stennis Space Center, $6,800,000. (9) Rehabilitation of Crawlerway, Kennedy Space Center, $2,000,000. (10) Rehabilitation of Information and Electronic Systems Laboratory, Marshall Space Flight Center, $5,000,000. (11) Rehabilitation and Expansion of Communications Duct Banks, Kennedy Space Center, $1,500,000.