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Nervous system and robotics research were the dominant research theme aboard the International Space Station on Thursday.

Four Expedition 64 astronauts are getting ready to move their SpaceX Crew Dragon vehicle to another docking port on the International Space Station next week.

Human research, botany and a technology demonstration were on the science schedule aboard the International Space Station today.

Four Expedition 64 astronauts will take a quick ride inside their SpaceX Crew Dragon vehicle to a new docking port next week as the International Space Station ramps up for a series of crew swaps.

The seven residents aboard the International Space Station are wrapping up an intense week of biology investigations in low-Earth orbit.

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

The Expedition 64 crew continued researching how microgravity affects biology aboard the International Space Station today.

Human research is key aboard the International Space Station as NASA and its international partners learn to keep crews healthy during long-term exploration missions.

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

A day before Expedition 64 relocates the Soyuz MS-17 to another port on the International Space Station, the seven-person crew continued studies on the effects of microgravity on humans, plants, and materials, along with a couple outreach events.

The crew of Expedition 64 took time to catch up on maintenance tasks for the International Space Station during a week bookended by some major activities: a spacewalk including NASA astronauts Victor Glover and Michael Hopkins the previous Saturday and a Soyuz relocation maneuver coming up on Friday.

In between ongoing investigations to further our understanding of how spaceflight impacts the human body, the Expedition 64 crew devoted time to brushing up on procedures to relocate the Soyuz MS-17 to another port on the International Space Station -- a reconfiguration maneuver that hasn't been done since August 2019.

After a weekend that included the 237th spacewalk in support of assembly and maintenance for the International Space Station, featuring spacewalkers and NASA astronauts Victor Glover and Michael Hopkins, the Expedition 64 crew members got back to the business of science, switching out hardware and working around a comprehensive emergency drill on Monday.

NASA astronauts Victor Glover and Michael Hopkins are scheduled to exit the International Space Station's Quest airlock Saturday to complete tasks that were deferred from earlier spacewalks to allow for the successful installation of modification kits in preparation for future solar array upgrades.

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

The Expedition 64 crew had a busy science day observing worms, readying small satellites for deployment, and conducting vision tests.

Two astronauts are focusing on preparations for this weekend's spacewalk as the rest of the Expedition 64 crew keeps up research and maintenance on the International Space Station.

The Expedition 64 astronauts are gearing up for the third spacewalk in two weeks at the International Space Station.

Five astronauts from the Expedition 64 crew are relaxing today after supporting a pair of spacewalks last week.

NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Soichi Noguchi concluded their spacewalk at 1:33 p.m. EST, after 6 hours and 56 minutes.

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