Interestingly for a mission that was intended to be publicity/fundraising, there has been no updates on the mission for almost 16 hours.
Plenty of rumors, crew had some space sickness, Netflix exclusivity, etc. And allegedly it might just come down to the crew wants their privacy.
Either way it’s odd, make a huge spectacle of the fact that it’s the first all civilian mission, fundraiser etc etc and then once it’s up…total blackout
Likely Netflix, they did stream the launch on You Tube, I stuck with Space X then to Tim Dodd’s reaction! So they might have the rights to orbital activities too.
Sleep period but yes maybe space adaptation syndrome too. By chance the other day reading ‘Skylab. America’s First Space Station’ by David J Shayler, when SL4 Commander Bill Pouge suffered it early on, badly too, way worse than Borman on Apollo 8.
Though Pouge was a rookie commander he was also not only an ex USAF Thunderbird pilot, he had performed very well on the centrifuge and other tests, they called him ‘Iron Belly’ with ‘cement in his inner ear’, so this was a real surprise in the Astronaut Office, componded when the crew tried to cover it up.
To think that Rusty Schweickart likely lost his chances for the Moon and even more likely, the seat Pouge had, due to the effects of space adaptation, due to Apollo 9 being the first spacecraft, when docked, to have real room inside thus making it more likely. Isn’t Dragon even with four crew but not much equipment as such, rather like that?
Going back again, would you want anything like Apollo 10’s all veteran crew hunting for a floating turd streamed live?