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Today - SpaceX (SpX)-14 Dragon Departure Preparation: Early this morning, the crew completed re-packing of the Double Coldbags required for return of temperature-controlled items on Dragon.

The Expedition 55 crew members are getting their U.S. spacesuits and equipment ready for a spacewalk in two weeks. The Dragon cargo craft from SpaceX is nearly loaded with NASA science and gear ahead of its Saturday return to Earth.

The SpaceX Dragon resupply ship's stay at the International Space Station has been extended until Saturday after unfavorable conditions were reported at the splashdown zone in the Pacific Ocean.

The SpaceX Dragon resupply ship is packed with International Space Station hardware and scientific samples ready for return to Earth on Saturday.

The Expedition 55 crew members are packing up the SpaceX Dragon cargo craft today for its return to Earth on Wednesday.

Robotics controllers and Expedition 55 crew members are getting ready for the departure of the SpaceX Dragon resupply ship next week.

NASA's Space to Ground is your weekly update on what's happening aboard the International Space Station.

A wide variety of life science is being explored today aboard the International Space Station as Expedition 55 crew members prepare for a spacewalk planned for next month.

The Expedition 55 crew is experimenting with space gardening today while packing research samples and cargo for return to Earth.

The six Expedition 55 crew members are not only space scientists but also space plumbers who periodically work on the International Space Station's toilet.

Today - Live Public Affairs Office (PAO) Event from ISS: Following today's swearing-in of NASA Administrator Bridenstine, the US crew spoke with US Vice President Pence and Bridenstine about their experiences on the ISS and their time at NASA.

The outside of the International Space Station is a harsh environment but scientists are taking advantage of the extreme conditions to conduct advanced space research.

NASA's Space to Ground is your weekly update on what's happening aboard the International Space Station.

Biomedical research to improve health on Earth and in space dominated today's science activities aboard the International Space Station.

A docked Russian cargo craft automatically fired its engines this morning boosting the International Space Station's altitude a little higher. During the rest of the day, the Expedition 55 crew supported life science and swapped out station hardware.

The International Space Station is set to raise its orbit Wednesday ahead of upcoming cargo and crew missions. Meanwhile, the six Expedition 55 crew members are staying busy today with medical tests, cargo work and lab maintenance.

Scientists on the ground and in space this week are exploring a wide variety of phenomena affecting humans living in space.

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NASA's Space to Ground is your weekly update on what's happening aboard the International Space Station.

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