Question about latest CentOS 7 AWS AMI

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I'm seeing some strange behavior when trying to use the latest CentOS 7 AMI from the AWS marketplace.

The AMI that we've been using previously is "ami-02eac2c0129f6376b" released January 30, 2019 at 6:40:58 PM

Today I saw a new AMI with ID "ami-0c3b960f8440c7d71" that was released February 21, 2020 at 3:50:07

Both these AMIs are owned by AWS account 679593333241.

Before I was able to use the latest AMI released February 21, I was prompted to subscribe to new marketplace terms and conditions. The link that I received was an AWS marketplace page owned by a vendor named "Supported Images" that seemed highly suspicious.

My questions are:

1. Did CentOS release an AWS AMI on February 21?
2. Has anything about the distribution of official CentOS AWS AMIs changed?
3. Is there a better channel for me to speak with someone involved in the release process that might know more?

Thank you,
Edward Mossman

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