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The three-person Expedition 63 crew focused its attention today on Japanese science hardware and Russian cardiac studies.

The Expedition 63 crew serviced a variety of International Space Station hardware today ensuring research, power and life support systems continue operating in good condition.

It was a busy Tuesday aboard the International Space Station as the Expedition 63 crew reorganized science racks and serviced life support hardware.

The Expedition 63 crew kicked off the work week exploring space agriculture and spacecraft technologies. The trio also split the day on upcoming mission preparations and International Space Station maintenance.

Mission controllers at NASA's Johnson Space Center are returning to normal operations today after setting backup control centers at remote locations.

Payloads - Combustion Integrated Rack/Advanced Combustion via Microgravity Experiments (CIR/ACME):

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The Expedition 63 crew ended its stay isolated in the Russian segment of the International Space Station this morning after an extended leak test.

The three Expedition 63 crew members will spend another day inside the Russian segment of the International Space Station.

Payloads - RADI-N2 (Radiation Dosimetry Inside ISS-Neutrons): The crew retrieved the 8 neutron bubble detectors and pouches and handed them over to the Russian crew for processing.

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

The three Expedition 63 crew members living aboard the International Space Station will spend the weekend inside the orbiting lab's Russian segment.

The Expedition 63 crew has turned its attention toward space science and lab maintenance after releasing a Japanese cargo craft from the International Space Station on Tuesday.

Eleven years after the launch of the first H-II Transfer cargo vehicle (HTV) to the International Space Station, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's (JAXA's) HTV-9 departed the orbital laboratory today at 1:36 p.m. EDT.

Canada's robotic arm is poised to remove Japan's ninth and final H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV-9) from the International Space Station on Tuesday.

Canada's versatile robotic arm, the 57.7-foot-long Canadarm2, is in place and ready to grapple and release Japan's resupply ship from the International Space Station next week.

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

The Expedition 63 crew trio continued ongoing space research and orbital housekeeping aboard the International Space Station today.

The Expedition 63 crew members are getting a Japanese spaceship ready for departure next week. In the meantime, the International Space Station trio was busy today with science, video communications and orbital plumbing.

A Japanese resupply ship will depart the International Space Station next week after nearly three months attached to the orbital lab. Meanwhile, the Expedition 63 crew continued a variety of science operations today.

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