Update #2 (Final Update): Verizon determined that the outage was caused by a failure of Local Access Provider hardware. After the hardware issue was resolved, the Florida 1 and 2 ground stations returned to normal operations.

Update #1:   Verizon has escalated the ticket and requested an update from the Local Access Provider

Topic:  SARSAT Florida 1 & 2 Low Earth Orbit (LEO) Ground Stations Offline

Date/Time Issued:   May 30, 2020 1254Z

Product(s) or Data Impacted:  SARSAT alert data

Date/Time of Initial Impact:   May 26, 2020 2326Z

Date/Time of Expected End:  May 29, 2020 2124Z

Length of Outage: 2 days, 21 hours, 58 minutes

Details/Specifics of Change: Florida 1 & 2 LEO Ground Stations in Miami, Florida is not receiving pass solution data. The maintenance vendor is investigating this issue.

Impact: Minor-Distress alert detection/reporting may be delayed.

Contact Information for Further Information: USMCC Operations usmcc@noaa.gov at 

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