ADCFollowSep 19, 2021·1 min readSome went “no wire hangers, ever” over the lack of live footage from the mission, even though according to Spaceflight Now, “The [Tracking and Data Relay Satellites] will relay voice and data between Crew Dragon and SpaceX mission control in California…Video imagery from the capsule will only come down to Earth when Dragon is in range of a ground tracking station.” Some seem to have forgotten that the International Space Station and other resources also use the TDRS system. More hilariously, those bemoaning the “good old days” when NASA missions were in touch with the ground all the time seem to have forgotten that these missions were never in touch with the ground all the time. In fact, no earlier spaceflight missions — scratch that, even current spaceflight missions — have live, uninterrupted crew video feeds. (I don’t think many would be interested in the ISS astronauts’ bathroom habits.)The Space Community Has A Narcissism Problem, and It Undermines Women1482Emily CarneyThank you!