As if it wasn’t complicated enough to attend Blue Origin’s lawsuit against NASA, and the significant delays to the Artemis mission haven’t been considered, now the US government is faced with a very strange problem: The files submitted for the lawsuit are so numerous that it is not even possible to arrange them in the system.
The problem arose over a week ago When the Department of Justice said it would require an extension to the material request because the administrative registry contains more than 7GB of documents and is having trouble converting them to PDF and uploading them to the court system.
The problem is in the same system that limits the file size to 50 MB. currently Adobe let him know a interested in trade Which actually helps the Ministry of Justice directly. “We work with them directly to support their unique needs so they can maintain the quality and integrity of the original content.“, She said It is a statement.
Lots of technology, but the information will be sent on DVD
It’s not just about the size of the files, but the US Department of Justice has said that many of the files sent by Blue Origin will be difficult to convert to PDF. In addition, even if the conversion is successful, there are several 50MB packages that need to be bundled together and the more times you try, the more likely the system will crash.
Even with direct help from Adobe, a new extension had to be released. The latest report indicates that the first cut is 7 GB of information Now it can be more than 16GB. This information is in addition to being available in the court system It will be sent on DVD to those concerned, including SpaceX.
Blue Origin’s lawsuit conflicts with NASA’s decision to choose only SpaceX as a resource for the Artemis mission. The argument is that the selection process was opaque and unfairSo, NASA had to halt the bidding process while the legal issue was being resolved.
The expected restart date is next November 1, although this date was set before the extensions occurred to the document processing issue.
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