NASA's Websites Need Some Attention

Keith's note: Last night I did a Google search for "nasa space station images". The second search result was this NASA webpage: "International Space Station Multimedia" which was last updated on 23 February 2021. If you click on the images you get "404" i.e. "not found" errors. The "future missions" that are listed happened years ago. Update: NASA saw our post and fixed the link so that it redirects here - to a link that actually works. This is what used to be there

The fifth search result is another NASA page "International Space Station Photo Highlights" last updated 12 March 2014 which also shows "404" when you click on the images which also have broken links. Update: NASA fixed the link so that it redirects here - to a link that actually works. This is what used to be there

Meanwhile, the Office of International and Interagency Relations (OIIR) links page is still filled with broken links and makes no mention of Artemis Accords among other things. NASA does not seem to care about being accurate any more - at least online.

Oh yes - this was tweeted by a reckoned space journalist in response to a @NASAWatch tweet about this issue a few minutes ago ... just sayin'

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