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The Expedition 56 crew is getting ready for a spacewalk Wednesday outside the International Space Station's Russian segment.

Two Expedition 56 cosmonauts packed a Russian resupply ship today before preparing for Wednesday's spacewalk.

A pair of cosmonauts are going into the weekend preparing for the seventh spacewalk this year from the International Space Station.

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

Today - HTV-7 Rack Relocation Prep: This week the crew has been executing a series of activities in order to prepare ISS for the installation of new racks arriving on HTV-7.

The Expedition 56 crew members explored how human health and physical processes are affected off the Earth today.

The six-member Expedition 56 crew was busy Tuesday juggling science hardware maintenance and a variety of research work. The orbital residents are also helping students contribute to space research and testing an ancient navigation technique.

Astronauts named to the first commercial crew flights, using Earth science data to benefit society, and California wildfires seen from space ... a few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA.

Robotic flight controllers released the SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft from the International Space Station's robotic arm at 12:38 p.m. EDT, and Expedition 56 Serena Auñon-Chancellor of NASA is monitoring its departure.

The SpaceX Dragon cargo craft is packed with science and hardware ready for return to Earth on Friday.

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

The International Space Station Partners and mission managers polled "go" for tomorrow's release of the SpaceX Dragon cargo craft for its deorbit and splashdown in the Pacific Ocean to wrap up the CRS-15 mission.

Numerous microgravity investigations are wrapping up this week onboard the International Space Station. The Expedition 56 crew is carefully packing the research results and science gear inside the SpaceX Dragon cargo craft for return to Earth on Friday.

A new cancer therapy study is wrapping up aboard the International Space Station this week as an American cargo craft is packed for return to Earth. The Expedition 56 crew also researched how astronauts perceive time and distance in space and back on Earth.

A trio of studies taking place today aboard the International Space Station explored a potential cancer therapy, researched human reproduction and observed protein crystals. Eye exams were also on the schedule to understand how microgravity impacts vision.

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

The International Space Station got an orbital boost today to position itself for a crew swap taking place later this year.

Expedition 56 crewmembers collaborated for the second day in a row studying how living in microgravity impacts rodents.

Life science took precedence today aboard the International Space Station as the crew explored how microgravity impacts rodent physiology. The space research can help scientists improve astronaut health and treat humans on Earth.

Today - Direct Current Switching Unit (DCSU) 3A Power on Reset (POR): Early Saturday, morning DCSU 3A experienced a POR which, due to power balancing during the current high beta period, resulted in a loss of power to some downstream loads.

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