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.@IvankaTrump visited @NASA_Johnson with @NASA Administrator @JimBridenstine and talked to the Expedition 56 crew. The astronauts also checked U.S. spacesuits ahead of upcoming spacewalks.
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The launch of a Japanese resupply ship was postponed till Saturday. Meanwhile, the station boosted its orbit as the crew worked life science and lab maintenance. https://t.co/NqMvtfsXnl
As a result of inclement weather, Japan has postponed the launch of its HTV-7 cargo craft one day to approximately 1:52 p.m. EDT Saturday. https://t.co/P6KR2Saeoq
.@NASA TV will preview two upcoming spacewalks to continue station power system upgrades in a briefing at 2 p.m. EDT Thursday, Sept. 27. https://t.co/pRokXlRivo
Physics science and human research continued aboard the station as Japan (@JAXA_en) announced a new launch date for its HTV-7 cargo mission. https://t.co/zdn72Ic8MI
Japan has rescheduled the launch of its HTV-7 resupply ship to the space station to 2:15pm ET Friday. Live @NASA TV coverage will begin at 1:45pm. https://t.co/tbHIOwRatu
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Expedition 57 prime and backup crews pose for pictures Sept. 17 as part of traditional prelaunch activities. Nick Hague (@AstroHague) of @NASA and Alexey Ovchinin of @roscosmos will launch Oct. 11 on the Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft for a six-month mission on the station.
The Exp 56 crew explored a variety of life science, ensured the upkeep of advanced space research gear and checked spacesuits today. https://t.co/mEMAH01bcC
Hurricane Florence is pictured from the International Space Station as a category 1 storm Friday morning as it was making landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina.
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