NASA has started beaming live video from just outside the International Space Station, reports the Associated Press, but there's a catch: The online feeds are available only when the station's crew is asleep or off duty. That's because NASA has only four communications links for sending data to Earth and wants to have all of them free for day-to-day operations while the crew is awake and working, agency spokesman Kelly Humphries said. NASA also opted not to show video from inside the cramped space station to give astronauts privacy. When the crew is asleep and the web streaming is going...

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