CASIS has compiled a series of dashboard metrics that encompasses all of the major functions for the organization. The charts on this page are dedicated to showcasing all progress that has been made within these core functions, from the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory utilization to grant value and outreach.
|$35,000||Other Govt Agency|
|$203,871||Mission Based Costs|
TOTALS FY2012 $2,120,000
TOTALS FY2013 $6,146,511
TOTALS FY2014 $6,028,157
TOTALS FY2015 $5,648,088
Total Media Impact
Maximize Utilization: CASIS to use 50% of U.S. allocation onboard the ISS.
|Increment||Upmass (kg)||Downmass (kg)||Crewtime (hrs)|
|Inc 37/38 (Sep 2013-Mar 2014)||334.7||7.9||427||78.42||-||18%|
|Inc 39/40 (Mar 2014-Sep 2014)||389.1||197.8||386||70.75||-||18%|
|Inc 41/42 (Sep 2014-Mar 2015)||716||705.5||346||130.29||-||38%|
|Inc 43/44 (Mar 2015-Sep 2015)*||538.3||165.93||229||223.33||-||98%|
|Inc 45/46 (Sept 2015-Mar 2016)||384.6||0||293||125.75||-||43%|
|Inc 47/48 (Mar 2016-Sept 2016)||760.9||313.54||356||314.25||-||88%|
|Inc 49/50 (Sept 2016-Mar 2017)||392||83||4032||311.58||-||77%|
|Inc 51/52 (Mar 2017-Sept 2017)||931||300||328||446.58||-||136%|
|Inc 53/54 (Sept 2017-Mar 2018)||1580||358||503||349||165||54%|
Data through 4/13/2017
* “Allocation” is defined as the baselined number of crew time hours allocated by NASA at increment minus 3 months to the ISS National Lab for prioritized utilization to directly support in-orbit ISS NL payload utilization operations.
^ “Actuals” are defined as the definite and verified number of crew time hours that were utilized to support in-orbit ISS NL payload utilization operations. This data is collected reported and verified by NASA after the actual in-orbit operations have been completed.
** ”Usage” is defined as the percentage of ISS National Lab allocated crew time hours that were actually utilized during a given increment pair.
1. Incudes SpaceX CRS-7 upmass/downmass
2. Inc 49/50 I-3 crew time allocation was 312 hours. Additional crew time allocation was added over the course of the increment pair.