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Submission + - NASA.gov offline due to government shutdown (csmonitor.com)

AngryNick writes: The shutdown of the US Federal government has resulted in NASA.gov and many other government sites being shutdown or frozen in time. From the Christian Science Monitor:

After the government shutdown at midnight EST on Oct. 1, the World Wide Web became a little less accessible. Many major government agencies either went entirely offline or only offered static homepages, with disclaimers that information would not be updated. Social media use was suspended with final tweets and posts telling followers services would be suspended. Furloughed government workers won’t even be able to check their email to find out when they need to come back to work.


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NASA.gov offline due to government shutdown

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