Up until early 2005 NASA's web pages were once on a path toward providing an ever-increasing level of detail regarding research activities on the International Space Station (ISS). Links to peer reviewed research and recent results were prominently featured. Not any more. In the past year that noteworthy effort has been reversed such that the amount of information presented (or the public to see at least) is disappearing at an alarming rate....At the bottom of the page are a series of links that point to the same locations they pointed to back in 2005. Alas, many of those locations no longer exist - so you are repeatedly redirected from non-existent NASA websites to another location - the Exploration Systems Mission Directorate (ESMD) home page which has little or no relevant information.
So it is not just me, and NASA Watch, that have noticed this; in addition to the three year delay in WMAP releases and no information on the descent and entry of the MER's.
It is, (or should be) hard to complain when we get such immediate gratification during events like the Stardust landing, MRO insertion, and Cassini encounters. But assided from this site (and Ms. Emily's Odyssec blog) it is getting very difficult to web out science and engineering detail.
[end of spoiled rant]