Saturn-Uranus Alignment: 48 Internet Outages in 24 Locations

The Internet Outages Map is an at-a-glance visualization of global Internet health over the last 24 hours, showing the frequency of Internet outages as seen across ISP, public cloud and edge service networks. You can use this map to quickly understand if an ongoing outage in a provider you rely on is the source of an issue you are experiencing.

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