Ok....here is my dilemma. In trying to load the site thru Chrome on my Android phone, I can google "spot the station"---the NASA website which allows you to see when the ISS will pass over your location so you can watch the space station as it flies over. When I click the link to "spotthestation.nasa.gov", the screen gives me a warning saying "your connection is not private", etc,etc and won't allow me to the site. The address shown in the address bar shows it as ttps://spotthestation.nasa.gov" INSTEAD OF "https://spotthestation.nasa.gov/"......note the missing "h" in the prefix. Odd thing is has worked for several years with no problems whatsoever--this problem just started a couple of days ago. And I know my network hasn't been hacked. I tried going off wifi which I like to use when I'm at home, and I switched to 4G just to double check. Same problem--my phone simply won't connect to that one and only site anymore since this weekend. My laptop and PC both can get on the site--my phone used to but no longer. It all hinges(so it seems) on the address showing as ttps instead of https, regardless how I typed it in. I've even gone to the address bar and manually changed the address to https and when I hit go---it reverts back to ttps. Any ideas what the problem could be?