Berkeley -- SETI and a lot else offline.

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Berkeley -- SETI and a lot else offline.

Check http://ucbsystems.org/ for progress.

I thought it may have to do with the government shutdown. ;-)

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I believe UC Berkeley is

I believe UC Berkeley is financed by the State of California,not by the US Gov.
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RE: Check

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Check http://ucbsystems.org/ for progress.

I thought it may have to do with the government shutdown. ;-)


Especially when you consider what some politicians have historically thought about UCB ;-)

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The NASA and JPL sites are

The NASA and JPL sites are not working. NASA fully, JPL not updated.
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RE: http://www.sfgate.com/b


Made it a link.

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RE: The NASA and JPL sites

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The NASA and JPL sites are not working. NASA fully, JPL not updated.
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That somewhat surprises me. I wouldn't think it would take that much to keep them up. It's definitely related to the government shutdown, not the outage in Berkeley.

(My opinion of the shutdown politely suppressed in this forum. But I will tell you an internet friend of mine works in a Marine Corp recruiting office. She said she had to drive 20 miles to the office today to sign a letter telling her to go home again.)

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Curiosity is still working on

Curiosity is still working on Mars, and the ISS is supported. 97% of NASA staff are at home.
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