I didn't get this. I may be just dense, but do you feel that something essential has been left out?
I was giving up on people misdescribing the environment in Earth orbit as "zero g". The International Space Station's orbit ranges from roughly 320-400km above ground level, for example, and gravity up there is still about 90% of that on the Earth's surface. Earth's gravity holds the Moon in its orbit; you certainly don't escape it in measly LEO. Edit:
Apologies to A.Smith. I didn't notice he'd made the same point earlier.
Station has the same mannerisms as Spaceship; presumably they are running the same kernel.
There are subtle differences. I suspect Station has known Hanners since early childhood, and is on first-name terms with her like an old family retainer. Spaceship, by contrast, called her Miss. Ellicott-Chatham like an employee. I also notice that Station's avatar does not wear the same "badge" on his "shirt" as Spaceship, so it was presumably pilot's wings.
Pilots will always be pilots, even AI ones.
Also, 128 researchers, security and support staff who get wrapped up in their duties are not likely to be equipped to raise a child...
Especially if they're spread over 3 or 4 shifts and working in places you wouldn't want a child wandering about.