However, in the mean time the funding situation has been firmed up. Science didn't take too much of a hit, but the NEA lost its proposed funding increase. The stimulus package is scheduled for a vote on Monday. The final figures for science look a little something like this.
So that is what it looks like. Bad Astronomy has more information than I have, including a link to the spreadsheet with it all broken down by Subcommittee, Department, or Agency. If you contacted your senator to encourage funding science, it is probably a good idea to contact them again and thank them. Though I think I will wait to see how my senators vote on this before I thank them.
NASA Science $300,000,000 Aeronautics $250,000,000 Shuttle Replacement $500,000,000 Cross-Agency Support (Construction) $250,000,000 Office of the Inspector General $2,000,000 Total = $1,302,000,000 National Science Foundation Research and related activities $1,000,000,000 Major equipment and facilities construction $150,000,000 Education and human resources $50,000,000 Office of the Inspector General $2,000,000 Total = $1,202,000,000