NASA’s weekly video highlights for Sept. 11-Sept. 17, 2016, feature a space-to-ground conversation between Expedition 49 Flight Engineer Kate Rubins and childhood cancer patients who decorated a hand-painted spacesuit to raise awareness about the benefits of pairing art with medicine, an update on progress made by NASA’s human deep space exploration programs and video of the International Space Station crew conducting several maintenance activities on board the orbiting laboratory.

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NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston shares hundreds of hours of raw video from the space station and other NASA human spaceflight programs – some of it high- definition video — and support activities on each week. The files can be large, sometimes 20 gigabytes or larger. This new weekly video highlights page includes postings that date back to January 2016. Go back to earlier weekly uploads by clicking on the navigation buttons at the bottom of the highlights web page.

Daily written updates about experiments and operations aboard the space station are available in the International Space Station Blog, which also provides comprehensive coverage during dynamic events.

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