Re: Instructions for Uploading Images and Video Related to the Columbia Accident
- The reason it probably isn't on a government server is due to new
homeland security regulations. This keeps the .gov servers isolated
from bad uploads. Just a guess...
--- In ECHOLINKHAMS@yahoogroups.com, "A10382" <a10382@s...> wrote:
> Hi Jim,
> Just be advised that although this info appeared on a NASA .gov
site, the upload system is in a .com domain -- 184.108.40.206 resolves
to the system:
> "nasastage.nasa.psiweb.com" NOT a government domain
> I saw this originally posed on an AMSAT mailing (without reference
to the NASA posting ) and was originally suspicious, remembering
similar requests after the Challenger accident. In that case, some
media hounds set up a PO box in DC and asked folks to send in their
photos and recordings.
> One of the SAREX list major information contributors did assure me
that the web site is in fact being used by NASA. I would still
question why they did not use a nasa.gov site and post the URL
instead of the IP address ??
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Jim Thompson - W3LAP
> To: Undisclosed-Recipient:;
> Sent: Monday, February 03, 2003 4:26 PM
> Subject: [ECHOLINKHAMS] Instructions for Uploading Images and
Video Related to the Columbia Accident
> Instructions for Uploading Images and Video Related to the
> For anyone who has recorded video or taken photos that they
believe may be of aid in the investigation of the Space Shuttle
Columbia accident, NASA has established a special location on the Web
where Internet users may upload their media files to be reviewed by
> 73 de w3lap
> Jim Thompson aka:Possum
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