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

Human research and space botany kept the Expedition 65 crew busy today. The International Space Station residents also stayed focused on next week's spacewalk and packed a U.S. cargo craft.

Botany and human research were the main research themes aboard the International Space Station today.

Tuesday aboard the International Space Station was packed with human research activities helping doctors understand how the Expedition 65 crew is adapting to microgravity.

The Expedition 65 crew started the workweek on space biology and orbital plumbing aboard the International Space Station.

The station's Water Processing Assembly (WPA), located in the Tranquility module, was reactivated today and is operating at full functionality after crew members successfully completed repair work throughout the week.

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

The International Space Station raised its orbit today to get ready for an upcoming Russian resupply mission due to launch at the end of June.

The Expedition 65 crew is staying focused on numerous life science experiments aboard the International Space Station today while gearing up for three spacewalks in June.

Spacewalk preparations and biomedical research filled the Expedition 65 schedule on Tuesday.

The seven-member Expedition 65 crew kicked off the workweek working on Japanese science gear, a U.S. immune system study, and spacewalk preparations.

Today - Payloads: AC Touch: Per standard procedure, the crew touched both coated and uncoated coupons for this long-term investigation.

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

The International Space Station hummed with activity on Thursday as the Expedition 65 crew gets ready for the next SpaceX Cargo Dragon mission and continues immune system research.

Human research continued full speed ahead on the International Space Station today as the Expedition 65 crew researched the immune system and conducted eye and ear checks.

Human research took precedence aboard the International Space Station on Tuesday as the Expedition 65 crew explored how weightlessness affects the immune system.

The seven orbital residents that comprise the Expedition 65 crew aboard the International Space Station took a well-deserved day off on Monday.

The work week is wrapping up with biology and physics aboard the International Space Station.

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

Human Research and space physics topped the science schedule aboard the International Space Station today.

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