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ISS Daily Summary Report ? 6/16/2017
67 Progress (67P) Docking: 67P rendezvous and docking to ISS Service Module (SM) aft port was completed successfully today at 6:37 am CDT.  Following hatch opening the crew began transferring early unstow items. Japanese Small Satellite Orbital Deployer (J-SSOD): The crew brought the JEM Airlock Slide Table (ST) into the ISS and mounted the J-SSOD #7 to it. A checkout was performed of the J-SSOD before removing the launch lock cover and attaching the Multi-Layered Insulation. The ST was then retracted back into the JEMAL and the airlock inner hatch was closed. These activities are in preparation for planned CubeSat deploys from the J-SSOD planned for July 7, 2017.  Neutron Star Interior Composition ExploreR (NICER): Utilizing views from cameras mounted to the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) and the Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM), Robotics Ground deployed the NICER today. Teams are conducting routine checks before proceeding to range-of-motion tests. Neutron stars consist of ultra-dense matter at the threshold of collapse to a black hole. These stars emit X-ray radiation that enables investigations into their structure, dynamics and energetics, but their X-rays do not penetrate Earth?s atmosphere. NICER is an articulated payload that provides full-hemisphere sky coverage for astronomical observations in soft X-ray band. Observations with NICER will help resolve competing models of neutron star composition, answer decades-old questions about extreme matter and gravity and reveal workings of high-energy, dynamic phenomena that neutron stars exhibit.  Light Microscopy Module (LMM) Biophysics 1:  The crew retrieved the Biophysics-1 Plate 2 from a Minus Eighty Degree Celsius Laboratory Freezer for ISS (MELFI) and allowed it to thaw for 90 minutes before placing it onto the Petri Base and installing the base into the LMM.  The LMM was then placed into the Fluids Integrated Rack (FIR) for a Biophysics science run.  Investigators will use the results from LMM Biophysics 3 to examine the movement of single protein molecules in microgravity. This investigation is expected to add to scientists? understanding of the physical processes that enable high-quality crystals to grow in space, where Earth?s gravity does not interfere with their formation.  Today?s Planned Activities All activities were completed unless otherwise noted. Seedling Growth-3 Big Picture Words review Seedling Growth-3 Procedure Review USOS Window Shutter Close MPEG2 Test via Ku-band (MPEG2 Multicast Video and TV Transmission On/Off) Closing the Shutters of Windows #6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14. Note 11 SPHERES Battery Stow Robotic Workstation (RWS) Teardown   Long Duration Sorbent Testbed Status Check. USB Jump drive Return and PPS1 Reconfiguration Columbus audit and repack Coliform Water Sample Analysis 44 +/- 4 hours post processing EVA Metox Regenerator Check XF305 Camcorder Setup Electrostatic Levitation Furnace Sample Holder Visual Check Preparation for Progress 436 Docking JSSOD VIDEO REVIEW JEM Airlock Slide Table (ST) Extension to JPM Side Progress 436 Docking to SM Aft PROGRESS 67P docking to ?? ?? JSSOD onto Multi-Purpose Experiment Platform Installation Part 1 MPEG2 Multicast Activation Progress 436 Docking to SM Aft On MCC Go MPEG2 Multicast Video Recording Activation on Central Post SSC Progress 436 Docking to SM Aft LMM MELFI Sample Retrieve Applications Closing and MPEG2 Multicast Video Downlink via OCA Small Satellite Orbital Deployer Checkout Prep Fluids Integrated Rack Doors Open On MCC Go Progress 436 and SM Aft Interface Leak Check LMM Biophysics Plate Installation JEM Camera Robot Activation Fluids Integrated Rack Doors Close Small Satellite Orbital Deployer Checkout Cleanup XF305 Setup ???-?? Transfer Hatch Opening JSSOD onto Multi-Purpose Experiment Platform Installation Part 2 On MCC Go ???-?? Transfer Hatch Opening Installation of Quick Release Screw Clamps on SM Aft side Air Samples Collection with ??-1? Sampler in Progress 436 Metal Oxide (METOX) Regeneration Termination JEM Camera Robot Deactivation Deactivation of Progress 436, Air Ducts Routing National Flag Setup JEM Airlock Slide Table (ST) Retraction from JPM Side Unpacking of Urgent, High Priority and USOS Cargo Items from Progress 436 (SM Aft), IMS Update JEM Camera Robot Target Marker Relocate Bacteria Filter Audit FAGEN. Unpacking and Transfer of Kits from Progress FAGEN. Stowage of [MCK] Kit #04 in ???-? #4 Thermostat at +4C? and [MCK] Kit #5 behind Panel 328 in the SM. Photography PROBIOVIT. Hardware Unpacking in Progress and Its Stowage on Panel 327. Photography BIOPOLYMER. Transfer from Progress and Stowage LS1 USB Hard Drive Swap Genes in Space Surface Pro 3 Stow Rodent Research Habitat 2 Water Check ISS HAM Radio and Video Power Up Joint Station LAN LAB Router Reboot JEM Camera Robot Cable Swap Completed Task List Items None  Ground Activities All activities were completed unless otherwise noted. 67P Docking ops JSSOD installation  Three-Day Look Ahead: Saturday, 06/17: Crew off duty, housekeeping Sunday, 06/18: Crew off duty Monday, 06/19: Bone Densitometer ORU changeout/calibration, CBEF reconfig, Seedling Growth MWA config, StemCell media change  
ISS Daily Summary Report ? 6/15/2017
Neutron Star Interior Composition ExploreR (NICER) Status: Yesterday?s planned NICER deployment was not completed due to  a problem with releasing all four of the NICER launch locks. Following several attempts, the NICER team successfully released three of the four launch locks. The team continues attempts to release the fourth lock.  NanoRacks Module-52:  The crew performed a status check of subexperiments inside NanoRacks Module-52.  Photographs were taken of the petri dishes and video was downlinked. NanoRacks Module-52 is a collection of 6 student-led biological experiments photo-documenting the life-cycle of various molds and bacteria on petri plates in microgravity. Cardiac Stem Cells:  In support of the ongoing Cardiac Stem Cell investigation, the crew changed out media in one of the BioCell Habitats and fixated cells from the other two Habitats. They placed the fixated cells into a MELFI for return on SpX-11.  Cardiac Stem Cells investigates how microgravity affects stem cells and the factors that govern their activity to clarify the role of stem cells in cardiac biology and tissue regeneration. This investigation also supports research into the possible acceleration of the aging process in microgravity.   Rodent Research-5 (RR-5) Systemic Therapy of NELL-1 for Osteoporosis: Two of the four Animal Habitats wiere restocked by the crew today. The other two were restocked yesterday.  The habitats were emptied, cleaned, and new food bars were installed. The rodents were transferred back to the habitats and returned to their individual stowage locations.  Node 3 (N3) Common Cabin Air Assembly (CCAA) Water Separator: Water carryover had been previously noted in the N3 CCAA on May 3 and 4. The Low Temperature Loop (LTL) set point was raised, reducing the condensation rate in N3 and the carryover stopped. In the last few days, the N3 Water Separator Liquid Sensor Wet indication has been received multiple times, therefore, ground teams have declared the N3 CCAA Water Separator failed and are requesting to Remove & Replace the unit. Ground teams moved condensation collection to the Lab to account for the failed N3 unit. Condensation collection can remain in the Lab for approximately 28 days prior to requiring a dryout of the Lab unit. Advanced Resistive Exercise Devise (ARED) Crank Handle Remove & Replace (R&R): The crew completed installing a new design of ARED crank handle. The new design will eliminate torqueing the crank handle center cap screw and inspecting witness marks which results in crew time savings. Today?s Planned Activities All activities were completed unless otherwise noted. ISS HAM Radio and Video Power Down XF305 Camcorder Setup JEM Camera Robot Activation JEM Camera Robot Photo SPHERES Battery Swap Glacier 4 Sample Remove FAGEN. Activation of ???-? No.4 at +4 deg ? Columbus Video Camera Assembly 1 Adjustment IMS Tagup Preparing For Upcoming MagVector Science Run Combustion Integrated Rack Hardware Return Verification of ??-1 Flow Sensor Position Foam Bag Relocate Measuring Partial CO Pressure in RS using US portable CSA-CP device JEM Camera Robot Deactivation Crew Support LAN Client Power On JEM Camera Robot Target Marker Relocate NanoRacks Module-52 Status 1 SPHERES Battery Swap Rodent Research Node 2 Camcorder Video Setup Rodent Research Habitat 3 & 4 Restock Installation of Progress 435 (DC1) docking mechanism Conference on specifics of Progress 436 docking SPHERES Battery Swap Cardiac Stem Cells SABL Insertion Cardiac Stem Cells Media Change and Fixation SPHERES Battery Swap LMM MELFI Sample Retrieve Cardiac Stem Cells MELFI Sample Insertion Fluids Integrated Rack Doors Open LMM Biophysics Plate Installation [Aborted] Fluids Integrated Rack Doors Close Rodent Research Habitat 2 Water Check Flight Director/ISS CREW CONFERENCE METOX Regeneration Termination METOX Regeneration Initiation SPHERES Battery Swap Completed Task List Items Controller Panel Assembly Protective Cap Installation Ground Activities All activities were completed unless otherwise noted. Rodent Research Habitat restock Three-Day Look Ahead: Friday, 06/16: 67P dock, JEM Small Satellite Orbital Deployer (SSOD) Install Saturday, 06/17: Crew off duty, housekeeping Sunday, 06/18: Crew off duty
ISS Daily Summary Report ? 6/14/2017
67 Progress Launch: 67P launched successfully from Baikonur, Kazakhstan today at 4:20am CDT followed by a nominal ascent and orbit insertion.  All systems are performing nominally.  Docking is scheduled for Friday, June 16 at 6:42am CDT.  Rodent Research-5 (RR-5) Systemic Therapy of NELL-1 for Osteoporosis: The crew restocked two of the four Animal Habitats and will restock the other two tomorrow. The habitats are emptied, cleaned, and new food bars installed. The rodents are then transferred back to the habitats and returned to their individual stowage locations.  Because spaceflight has significant and rapid effects on the musculoskeletal system it is important to investigate targeted therapies that could ameliorate some of the detrimental effects of spaceflight. The NELL-1 drug being studied in the RR-5 investigation has the potential to slow or reverse bone loss during spaceflight. Cool Flames Investigation: The crew replaced Multi-user Droplet Combustion Apparatus (MDCA) Igniters, Fiber Arm, and fuel reservoirs in support of continued operations for the Cool Flames investigation. Cool Flames provides new insight into the phenomenon where some types of fuels initially burn very hot, then appear to go out but they continue burning at a much lower temperature, with no visible flames (cool flames). Understanding cool flame combustion helps scientists develop new engines and fuels that are more efficient and less harmful to the environment.  Sprint Volume of Oxygen Utilized (VO2) Max: The crew set up and performed the Sprint VO2 Max exercise protocol.  The Sprint investigation evaluates the use of high intensity, low volume exercise training to minimize loss of muscle, bone, and cardiovascular function in ISS crewmembers during long-duration missions. Potable Water Dispenser (PWD) Sample Collection: The crew collected water samples from the PWD for in-flight and post-flight analysis. This is nominally scheduled maintenance that occurs multiple times throughout the expedition to ensure good water quality. Combustion Integrated Rack (CIR) Fuel Dispenser Troubleshooting: The crew completed troubleshooting of the CIR Multi-user Droplet Combustion Apparatus (MDCA) Chamber Insert Assembly (CIA) Fuel Dispenser 1. Prior to troubleshooting, the dispenser shaft could only rotate ½ turn each direction. Following oiling the drive shaft threads, the shaft could easily turn in the dispensing direction, however, it had difficulty turning in the retraction direction. Crew observed the difficulty may be due to a misalignment in the shaft and was able to alleviate some of the binding by depressing the dispenser actuator finger. Two fuel reservoirs were installed and nominal maintenance completed following troubleshooting.  Mobile Servicing System (MSS) Operations in Support of NICER:  Overnight, Robotics Ground Controllers maneuvered the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) and the Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM) to unstow the Neutron Star Interior Composition ExploreR (NICER) from side 1 of the SPDM Enhanced Orbit Replaceable Unit (ORU) Temporary Platform (EOTP) and install it on EXpedite the PRocessing of Experiments to Space Station (EXPRESS) Logistic Carrier 2 (ELC2) Site 7. SSRMS and SPDM were then positioned for NICER deployment viewing. Deployment was attempted this afternoon but was unsuccessful. Latches were locked while teams discuss the next steps with NICER engineers. Today?s Planned Activities All activities were completed unless otherwise noted. Test video recording for RT TV channel Preparation of Reports for Roscosmos Web Site and Social Media URAGAN. Observation and photography ECON-M. Observation and Photography Sprint Portable Pulmonary Function System Power Up JEM Camera Robot Cable Swap Sprint VO2 Operations – Subject SPHERES Battery Setup On MCC Go Purging Elektron-VM Liquid Unit (??) after Shutdown PK-4 Hard Drives Locate Diagnostics of FGB ???? instruments 11?156? Polar Desiccant Pack Swap Robotic Workstation (RWS) Setup Environmental Health System (EHS) Potable Water Dispenser (PWD) Sample Collect Diagnostics of FGB Power Supply System Filter Units (??-2) and Main Bus Assembly (???-2). Total Organic Carbon Analyzer (TOCA) Potable Water Dispenser (PWD) Sample Analysis Sprint Portable Pulmonary Function System Stow Partial SPHERES Battery Swap Multi-user Droplet Combustion Apparatus MWA Prep Fault isolation in FGB Onboard Computer Nitrogen Pumping System Avionics Unit (?? ???-???-??31-???) Rodent Research Habitat 1 & 2 Restock Physical Fitness Evaluation (on the treadmill) SPHERES Battery Swap Combustion Integrated Rack Doors Open Combustion Integrated Rack Front End Cap Open Multi-user Droplet Combustion Apparatus Hardware Replacement Microbial Capture Devices (MCD) and Coliform Water Processing Download Pille Dosimeter Readings Total Organic Carbon Analyzer (TOCA) Sample Data Record SPHERES Battery Swap Metal Oxide (METOX) Regeneration Initiation MRM1 Fan Grille Cleaning (Group B), Cleaning behind panels 405, 406 Combustion Integrated Rack Front End Cap Close Combustion Integrated Rack Doors Close Sprint Portable Pulmonary Function System Conclude Completed Task List Items None  Ground Activities NICER Deploy and Survey [Not completed]  Three-Day Look Ahead: Thursday, 06/15: Rodent Research Habitat Restock, Cardiac Stem Cell ops, Sprint VO2 Max, Progress 66P OBT Friday, 06/16: 67P dock, JEM Small Satellite Orbital Deployer (SSOD) Install Saturday, 06/17: Crew off duty, housekeeping
ISS Daily Summary Report ? 6/13/2017
Electrostatic Levitation Furnace (ELF): The crew replaced the Sample Cartridge and the stuck Sample Holder in the ELF with a new type of Sample Holder and a Sample Cartridge.  The ELF is an experimental facility designed to levitate, melt and solidify materials by containerless processing techniques using the Electrostatic Levitation method. With this facility, thermophysical properties of high temperature melts can be measured, and solidification from deeply undercooled melts can be achieved. NeuroMapping: The crew set up the Neuromapping hardware and executed testing in both a ?strapped in? and ?free floating? body configuration. During the test, the crewmember performed three Behavioral Assessments: mental rotation, sensorimotor adaptation, and motor-cognitive dual tasking. The NeuroMapping investigation studies whether long-duration spaceflight causes changes to brain structure and function, motor control, or multi-tasking abilities. It also measures how long it would take for the brain and body to recover from possible changes. Previous research and anecdotal evidence from astronauts suggests movement control and cognition can be affected in microgravity. The NeuroMapping investigation performs structural and functional magnetic resonance brain imaging (MRI and fMRI) to assess any changes that occur after spending months on the ISS. Habitability Walk-through: The crew recorded and submitted a walk-through videoim documenting observations of life onboard ISS and providing insights related to human factors and habitability. The Habitability investigation collects observations about the relationship between crew members and their environment on the ISS. These observations can help spacecraft designers understand habitable volume requirements and whether a mission?s duration impacts how much space crewmembers need or not.  ISS Medical Accessory Kit (IMAK) Unpack: The crew unpacked resupply kits delivered on SpX-11 and replaced expired items with new ones. They also packed items designated for return to ground. Mobile Servicing System (MSS) Operations in Support of NICER:  Overnight, Robotics Ground Controllers walked the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) off the Node2 Power Data Grapple Fixture (PDGF) onto Mobile Base System (MBS) PDGF1. They then translated the Mobile Transporter (MT) with the Neutron Star Interior Composition ExploreR (NICER) Payload from Worksite 6 (WS6) to WS2.  Finally, Controllers unstowed the Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM) from MBS PDGF2.  These activities were to set up for tonight?s NICER installation onto ELC2.    Today?s Planned Activities All activities were completed unless otherwise noted. Crew Earth Observation Shutter Close On MCC Go Regeneration of Micropurification Unit (???) ?2 Cartridge (start) Combustion Integrated Rack Alignment Guide Install XF305 Camcorder Setup Electrostatic Levitation Furnace(ELF) sample Cartridge Retrieval JEM Microbe Sensor Troubleshoot Pressurization of Elektron-VM Liquid Unit before Activation Electrostatic Levitation Furnace(ELF) Sample Holder Reset Preparing for Troubleshooting FGB Power Supply System and ???? devices, ODF and R/G review. Electrostatic Levitation Furnace(ELF) Sample Holder Exchange Habitability Walk-through Video – Subject Electrostatic Levitation Furnace(ELF) sample Cartridge Installation Strata Payload Stow Cargo Transfer to Dragon Adjusting Minimum Tension On Treadmill ??-2 & Taping Up the Belt.  GIS Data Downlink TOCA Water Recovery System (WRS) Sample Analysis Miniaturized Particle Telescope Cargo Transfer to Dragon Multi-purpose Small Payload Rack (MSPR) Combustion Chamber (CC) Valve 2 Operation HRF2 Supply Kit Resupply ??? Maintenance ISS HAM Video Operations Video Recording of Greetings Sprint Portable Pulmonary Function System Setup Partial NeuroMapping Experiment Neurocognitive Test – Subject Combustion Integrated Rack Hardware Gather IMS Update Dragon Cargo Operations Conference TOCA Sample Data Record Rodent Research Habitat 2 Water Check On MCC Go Regeneration Micropurification Unit (???) ?2 Absorption Cartridge (end) Completed Task List Items None Ground Activities All activities are on schedule unless otherwise noted. NICER Installation onto ELC2  Three-Day Look Ahead: Wednesday, 06/14: 67P launch, Multi-user Droplet Combustion Apparatus Hardware Replacement, Rodent Research Habitat Restock, Environmental Health System (EHS) Microbial, Coliform, and Potable Water Samples. Thursday, 06/15: Rodent Research Habitat Restock, Cardiac Stem Cell ops, Sprint VO2 Max, Progress 66P OBT Friday, 06/16: 67P dock, JEM Small Satellite Orbital Deployer (SSOD) Install
ISS Daily Summary Report ? 6/12/2017
Rodent Research-5 (RR-5) Systemic Therapy of NELL-1 for Osteoporosis:  On Saturday two crewmembers performed the second injection of the RR-5 mice in the Microgravity Science Glovebox (MSG).  Spaceflight has significant and rapid effects on the musculoskeletal system; therefore, it is important to investigate targeted therapies that could ameliorate some of the detrimental effects of spaceflight. The NELL-1 drug being studied in the RR-5 investigation has the potential to slow or reverse bone loss during spaceflight. Cardiac Stem Cells:  In support of the ongoing Cardiac Stem Cell investigation, on Sunday the crew performed the second changeout of media for three BioCell Habitats in the Microgravity Science Glovebox (MSG).  Cardiac Stem Cells investigates how microgravity affects stem cells and the factors that govern stem cell activity, in order to clarify the role of stem cells in cardiac biology and tissue regeneration.  This investigation also supports research into the possible acceleration of the aging process in microgravity. Integrated Resistance and Aerobic Training Study (SPRINT) Configuration: The crew configured the Portable Pulmonary Function System (PPFS) in advance of their Flight Day 45 Sprint Volume of Oxygen Utilized (VO2) Max session this Wednesday. The Sprint investigation evaluates the use of high intensity, low volume exercise training to minimize loss of muscle, bone, and cardiovascular function in ISS crewmembers during long-duration missions. Seedling Growth 3:  The crew replaced the European Modular Cultivation System (EMCS) Experiment Containers (ECs) with new ECs prepared for the Seedling Growth 3 experiment. Seedling Growth-3 is the third part of the Seedling Growth Experiment series using the plant Arabidopsis thaliana to investigate the effects of gravity on the cellular signaling mechanisms of light sensing in plants (phototropism) and to investigate cell growth and proliferation responses to light stimulation under microgravity conditions. There will be two runs for this investigation, each 6 days long.  Body Measures: This morning, a 49S subject performed the Body Measures Flight Day 214 session. The crewmember, with assistance from a trained operator, collected Body Measures data after configuring still and video cameras. NASA is collecting in-flight anthropometric data to assess the impact of physical body shape and size changes on suit sizing.  Still and video imagery is captured and a tape measure is used to measure segmental length, height, depth, and circumference data for all body segments (chest, waist, hip, arms, legs, etc.) from astronauts before, during and after their flight missions. Node 2 Nadir Common Berthing Mechanism Bolt Assembly Remove & Replace (R&R): During SpaceX (SpX)-10 demate from Node 2 Nadir Common Berthing Mechanism (CBM), Bolt 1-3 jammed. The Ground was subsequently able to demate the bolt within nominal torque limits. Today the crew R&Rd the bolt in preparation for SpX-11 unberth.  Required bolt checkout will be planned during nominal CBM operations when Dragon unberths on July 2.  Mobile Servicing System (MSS) Operations in support of NICER:  Yesterday and overnight, Robotics Ground Controllers operated the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) and Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM) to grasp the Neutron Star Interior Composition ExploreR (NICER) Flight Releasable Attach Mechanism (FRAM) and unberth it from the Dragon Trunk. The NICER FRAM was then temp-stowed on side 1 of the Enhanced Orbit Replaceable Unit (ORU) Temporary Platform (EOTP). SPDM was then stowed on the Mobile Base System?s (MBS) Power & Data Grapple Fixture (PDGF) #2.  NICER will remain stowed on the EOTP until installation onto Express Logistics Carrier (ELC)-2 on Wednesday June 14th.  Today?s Planned Activities All activities were completed unless otherwise noted. Body Measures Equipment Gather On MCC Go Regeneration of Micropurification Unit (???) ?1 Cartridge (start) Body Measures Experiment Operations European Modular Cultivation System Gas Valve Open On MCC Go Regeneration of Micropurification Unit (???) ?1 Cartridge (start) Preventive Maintenance of SM Ventilation Subsystem. Group ? Combustion Integrated Rack Alignment Guide Removal JEM Mesh Cover-Return Grille Cleaning Portable PFS Calibration US Lab Video Setup Portable PFS Hardware Setup And Power Up Atmosphere Control and Supply (ACS) Nitrogen Manual Valve Open UPA Brine Filter Gather Regenerative ECLSS UPA Brine Filter Changeout P?3 Fan Screen Cleaning in MRM2 Portable PFS Volume Calibration Atmosphere Control and Supply (ACS) Nitrogen Manual Valve Close EMCS Experiment Container Replace Filling (separation) of ??? (???) for Elektron or ???-??. Photo TV High Definition (HD) Node 2 Camcorder Video Setup Node 2 Nadir Common Berthing Mechanism (CBM) Powered Bolt Assembly 1-3 R&R Portable PFS Hardware Power Down And Stow Multiple User System for Earth Sensing Server Installation Part 1 Audit of bag with expanders and [???-?] MELFI 2 Nitrogen Pressure Check MELFI 1 Nitrogen Pressure Check MELFI 3 Nitrogen Pressure Check Multiple User System for Earth Sensing Server Cable Swap Rodent Research Habitat 2 Water Check Crew Earth Observation Lightning Study at Night Setup Preparing for Antivirus scan on Auxiliary Computer Laptops On MCC Go Regeneration Micropurification Unit (???) ?1 Absorption Cartridge (end) Reminder Rodent Research Thermal Consideration Reminder Habitability Walk-through Video Completed Task List Items Rodent Research Access Unit Clean [Completed GMT 161] Gather and charge an iPad for use with Bluetooth HRM [Completed GMT 161] ESA Active Dosimeter Area Monitoring Mobile Unit Stow [Completed GMT 162] Battery Stowage Assembly (BSA) Operation Initiation [Completed GMT 162] ISS Food Intake Tracker – Screenshot Captures [Completed GMT 162] HMS ISS Medical Accessories Kit (IMAK) Unpack from SPX-11 (Completed GMT 162] HMS Spaceflight Cognitive Assessment Tool for Windows (WinSCAT) Test (Completed GMT 162] Heart Rate Monitor Hardware Gather and Battery Changeout [Completed GMT 162] Node 3 Forward Hatch Handle Guide Ring Decal Installation [Completed GMT 162] JEM Flag Prep [Completed GMT 162] On-Board Training Dragon post capture Questionnaire [Completed GMT 162] Gather and charge an iPad for use with Bluetooth HRM  [Completed GMT 163]  Ground Activities All activities were completed unless otherwise noted. SSRMS walkoff to MBS Three-Day Look Ahead: Tuesday, 06/13: NanoRacks Module 52, Electrostatic Levitation Furnace (ELF) Sample Holder Exchange, NeuroMapping Experiment Neurocognitive Test Wednesday, 06/14: 67P launch, Multi-user Droplet Combustion Apparatus Hardware Replacement, Rodent Research Habitat Restock, Environmental Health System (EHS) Microbial, Coliform, and Potable Water Samples. Thursday, 06/15: Rodent Research Habitat […]
ISS Daily Summary Report ? 6/09/2017
Rodent Research-5 (RR-5) Systemic Therapy of NELL-1 for Osteoporosis:  Two crewmembers performed the first injection of the RR-5 mice in the Microgravity Science Glovebox (MSG).  Spaceflight has significant and rapid effects on the musculoskeletal system, therefore, it is important to investigate targeted therapies that could ameliorate some of the detrimental effects of spaceflight. The NELL-1 drug being studied in the RR-5 investigation has the potential to slow or reverse bone loss during spaceflight. Japanese Experiment Module (JEM) Camera Robot:  The crew set up the JEM Camera Robot and installed a target marker on the JEM Airlock Inner Hatch.  This device is a free-flying camera robot that provides real time video downlink and photographs. It is expected to reduce the crew time requirements to support video recording of activities, especially at the blind spot of existing JEM internal cameras.  Mobile Servicing System (MSS) Operations in support of MUSES: Yesterday and overnight, Robotics Ground Controllers maneuvered the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) and Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM) to unstow the Multiple User System for Earth Sensing (MUSES) payload from the SPDM Enhanced Orbital Replacement Unit (ORU) Temporary Platform (EOTP) and install it on Express Logistic Carrier 4 (ELC4) Site 2.  Teams at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) subsequently activated the MUSES payload successfully. Today?s Planned Activities All activities are on schedule unless otherwise noted. ISS Crew and ???? (RSA Flight Control Team) weekly conference Measuring Partial CO Pressure in RS using US portable CSA-CP device TORU OBT XF305 Camcorder Setup JEM Camera Robot Setup Combustion Integrated Rack Alignment Guide Removal Long Duration Sorbent Testbed Status Check. TReK Laptop Reconnect Glacier 2  EXPRESS Rack Install Glisser Go Pro Audit Metal Oxide (METOX) Regeneration Termination Charging GoPro camera batteries. Start charging 1st set Inventory Management System (IMS) conference Rodent Research Node 2 Camcorder Video Setup Rodent Research 5 Injection 1B Rodent Research MELFI Retrieve 4 Rodent Research MELFI Retrieve 6 Rodent Research 5 Injection 1A ??? maintenance Charging GoPro camera batteries. Complete charging the 1st set and start changing the 2nd Update the Passphrase on BelAir Russian Wireless Devices in RS Charging GoPro camera batteries. Complete charging the 2nd set Completed Task List Items  Dragon Cargo Transfer Ground Activities All activities are on schedule unless otherwise noted. Rodent Research ops support  Three-Day Look Ahead: Saturday, 06/08: Rodent Research ops Sunday, 6/09:  Stem Cell media change Monday, 06/12: Node 2 (N2) Common Berthing Mechanism (CBM) Bolt R&R, Portable Pulminary Function System (PFS) Calibration, Dragon cargo ops
ISS Daily Summary Report ? 6/08/2017
NanoRacks Module-70:  The crew removed NanoRacks Module-70 from the Nanoracks Platform-2 in the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM) and inserted it into a General Laboratory Active Cryogenic ISS Experiment Refrigerator (GLACIER).  Module-70 is an educational research project designed to study the effects of radiation damage to synthetic DNA for gene regions that code for a human antibody. The experiment will make copies of the synthetic DNA samples at certain time-points during the mission using a technique called polymerase chain reaction (PCR). The DNA will be returned for study of strand break analysis. The experiment is from the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) School of Life Science in Beijing, China. NanoRacks Module-52:  The crew retrieved NanoRacks Module-52 from Minus Eighty Degree Celsius Laboratory Freezer for ISS (MELFI) and initiated sub-experiments that are housed within NanoRacks Module-52.  Photographs will be taken of the petri dishes and video will be downlinked.  Microscope-3 imagery will also be taken of some of the petri dish slides.  NanoRacks Module-52 is a collection of 6 student-led biological experiments photo-documenting the life-cycle of various molds and bacteria on petri plates in microgravity. NanoRacks Module 9 Operations: The crew activatd mixture tubes today in support of the NanoRacks-National Center for Earth and Space Science-Casper (NanoRacks-NCESSE-Casper) investigation.  NCESSE supports various schools and student-designed experiments that address challenges of living and working in space. The program is also a key initiative for U.S. science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), that strives to educate and inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers to work on the space program.  The specific investigations supported today include Growth and Development of Fathead Minnows in Microgravity, Possible Effects of Microgravity on Development of Dictyostelium discoideum (a type of cellular slime mold), and Tiny Wings of Glory (which involves the growth and life cycle of Vanessa Cardui (?Painted Lady?) butterflies in microgravity).  JAXA Medium Temperature Protein Crystal Growth (MT PCG): The crew retrieved PCG Samples from the JAXA Freezer-Refrigerator Of STirling cycle 2 (J-FROST2) so that protein crystal growth can begin and will later return the samples back to the FROST2. The main scientific objective of the JAXA MT PCG experiment is to make high quality protein crystals in the microgravity environment at moderate temperature. Fine Motor Skills (FMS): The crew completed a series of interactive tasks during a FMS session which studies how the fine motor skills are effected by long-term microgravity exposure, different phases of microgravity adaptation, and sensorimotor recovery after returning to Earth gravity. The goal of the investigation is to determine how fine motor performance in microgravity varies over the duration of six-month and year-long space missions; how fine motor performance on orbit compares with that of a closely matched participant on Earth; and how performance varies before and after gravitational transitions, including periods of early flight adaptation and very early/near immediate post-flight periods. Dose Tracker:  The crew completed a weekly medication tracking entry in the Dose Tracker application.  Dose Tracker documents the medication usage of crewmembers before and during their missions by capturing data regarding medication use during spaceflight, including side effect qualities, frequencies and severities. The investigation is expected to provide anecdotal evidence of medication effectiveness during flight and any unusual side effects experienced. It is also expected that specific, near-real-time questioning about symptom relief and side effects will provide the data required to establish whether spaceflight-associated alterations in pharmacokinetics or pharmacodynamics is occurring during missions.  Lighting Effects: The crew set up and configured the Light Meter hardware and take readings in the US Lab and the JEM Pressurized Module (JPM). Both modules use the legacy General Luminaire Assembly (GLA). The Lighting Effects experiment hopes to better quantify and qualify how lighting can effect habitability of spacecraft. The light bulbs on the ISS are being replaced with a new system designed for improved crew health and wellness. The Lighting Effects investigation studies the impact of the change from fluorescent light bulbs to solid-state light-emitting diodes (LEDs) with adjustable intensity and color and aims to determine if the new lights can improve crew circadian rhythms, sleep, and cognitive performance. Results from this investigation also have major implications for people on Earth who use electric lights. Mobile Servicing System (MSS) Operations:  Yesterday and overnight, Robotic Ground Controllers powered up the MSS cameras and lights and walked the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) off the Node2 Power Data Grapple Fixture (PDGF) onto Mobile Base System (MBS) PDGF1. They then translated the Mobile Transporter (MT) from Worksite 6 (WS6) to WS2.  Finally the Robotics Ground Controllers unstowed the Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM) from MBS PDGF2.  The SPDM is holding the Multiple User System for Earth Sensing (MUSES) payload on the Enhanced Orbital Replacement Unit (ORU) Temporary Platform (EOTP) which will be installed later today on Express Logistic Carrier 4 (ELC4). Today?s Planned Activities All activities were completed unless otherwise noted. JAXA MT PCG Sample Preparation Fine Motor Skills Experiment Test – Subject JEM TEPC Dosimeter Installation Recharging Soyuz 735 Samsung PC Battery (if charge level is below 80%) NanoRacks Platform-2 Module-70 Removal NanoRacks Module-70 Glacier Insert Combustion Integrated Rack Alignment Guide Install Verification of ??-1 Flow Sensor Position Station Support Computer (SSC) System Vent Cleaning Electrostatic Levitation Furnace(ELF) Argon gas QD connection Adjustment of Condensate Pumping Unit (???) operation mode Nanoracks Module  52 MELFI Retrieve Restow Vestibule Outfitting Kit (VOK) Intermodule TORU Test with Mated Progress 435 Rodent Research MELFI Insert NanoRacks Module-52 Start MPEG-2 TV downlink test via Ku-band prior to Progress 436 docking Space Automated Bioproduct Lab Activation and Checkout Vacuum Pressure Gauge Accuracy Check NanoRacks Module 9 Ops Session 2 Consolidation of Personal Hygiene Article for Priority Use Lighting Effects Light Meter Readings Alternate 2 EXPRESS Rack 8 Locker Removal Polar Dragon Uninstall, Handover, Transfer and EXPRESS Rack Install Cold Stowage Double Cold bag Ice brick Stow Terminate Soyuz 735 Samsung PC Battery Charge (as necessary) Glacier Supply Line Braycote Application Habitability Human Factors Directed Observations – Subject Rodent Research 5 Injection Review Rodent Research Crew Conference Inventory Management […]
ISS Daily Summary Report ? 6/07/2017
NanoRacks Module-70:  The crew removed NanoRacks Module-70 from a General Laboratory Active Cryogenic ISS Experiment Refrigerator (GLACIER) this morning and installed it into the Nanoracks Platform-2 in the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM).  Module-70 is an educational research project designed to study the effects of radiation damage to synthetic DNA for gene regions that code for a human antibody. The experiment will make copies of the synthetic DNA samples at certain time-points during the mission using a technique called polymerase chain reaction (PCR). The DNA will be returned for study of strand break analysis. The experiment is from the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) School of Life Science in Beijing, China. Rodent Research-5 (RR-5) Systemic Therapy of NELL-1 for Osteoporosis:  Two crewmembers checked water flow in each side of the four Animal Habitats and installed the Rodent Hut and Habitat Foodbars. The crew then transferred mice from the Transporters to the Habitats after performing animal health checks. Habitats were installed in Lab racks to complete the activity.  Spaceflight has significant and rapid effects on the musculoskeletal system, therefore, it is important to investigate targeted therapies that could ameliorate some of the detrimental effects of spaceflight. The NELL-1 drug being studied in the RR-5 investigation has the potential to slow or reverse bone loss during spaceflight.  NanoRacks Module-54 and Module-56:  The crew retrieved NanoRacks Module-54 and Module-56 from a Minus Eighty Degree Celsius Laboratory Freezer for ISS (MELFI) and installed them in Nanoracks Platform-1 in the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM). Algae can produce both fats and hydrogen which can each be used as fuel sources on Earth and potentially in space.  NanoRacks Module-54, also known as NanoRacks-National Design Challenge-Chatfield High School-The Effect of Microgravity on Two Strains of Biofuel Producing Algae with Implications for the Production of Renewable Fuels in Space Based Applications (NanoRacks-NDC-CHS-The Green Machine), studies two algae species to determine whether they still produce hydrogen and store fats while growing in microgravity.  Results from this student-designed investigation improve efforts to produce a sustainable biofuel in space, as well as remove carbon dioxide from crew quarters.  Vermicomposting, or using worms to break down food scraps, is an effective way to reduce waste and obtain a nutrient-rich fertilizer for plants. NanoRacks Module-56, also known as NanoRacks-NDC-Bell Middle School-Efficiency of Vermicomposting in a Closed System (NanoRacks-NDC-BMS-Vermicomposting), is a student-designed project that studies whether red wiggler worms, a species of earthworm, are able to produce compost in space.  Results are used to study the potential for composting as a form of recycling on future long-duration space missions.  Mobile Servicing System (MSS) Operations: Overnight, Robotics Ground Controllers maneuvered the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) and Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM) Arm 1 to extract the Multiple User System for Earth Sensing (MUSES) payload from the SpX-11 Dragon Trunk.  SPDM Arm1 and the SPDM Body were then maneuvered to stow the MUSES payload on the SPDM Enhanced Orbital Replacement Unit (ORU) Temporary Platform (EOTP). Finally, the SPDM was stowed on Mobile Base System (MBS) Power Data Grapple Fixture 2 (PDGF2) and the SSRMS was maneuvered to a park position.  Dragon Cargo Operations: The crew has completed ~8.5 hours of cargo transfer from Dragon to the ISS. Approximately13.5 hours of transfer remain to completely unload the vehicle. Today?s Planned Activities All activities were completed unless otherwise noted. Dosimeter Relocation Test video recording for RT TV channel ECON-M. Observation and Photography NanoRacks Module-70 Removal from Glacier Combustion Integrated Rack Alignment Guide Removal NanoRacks Platform-2 Module-70 Install Cable reconfiguration between SM panels 228 and 229?. NanoRacks Module-54 and 56 MELFI Retrieve NanoRacks Platform-1 Modules Install On MCC Go Re-mating Vozdukh TLM-connectors Cable reconfiguration between SM panels 228 and 229?. Rodent Research Node 2 Camcorder Video Setup Rodent Research Transfer Preventive Maintenance of FS1 Laptop Monthly BRI Cleaning NAPOR-mini RSA. Cleaning Onboard Memory Storage ???-? vents 24-hour ECG Recording  24-hour BP recording  Rodent Research Animal Transfer ??? Maintenance IMS Update High Definition (HD) Config LAB Setup Polar Desiccant Pack Swap and Shutdown Completed Task List Items Complete Transfer of Dragon Center Stack (Completed GMT 157) Ground Activities All activities are on schedule unless otherwise noted. Rodent Research video ops support  Three-Day Look Ahead: Thursday, 06/08: Rodent Research ops, NanoRacks Module-52 ops Friday, 06/07: Glacier Install, Rodent Research ops, Progress On-Board Training Saturday, 06/08: Rodent Research ops, Dragon Polar ops, Housekeeping
ISS Daily Summary Report ? 6/06/2017
SpaceX (SpX)-11 Ingress and Unpack: Following yesterday?s successful capture, berthing, and ingress of SpX-11, today the crew began transferring payloads and cargo to the ISS. This multi-day process will result in the transfer of 3,900 pounds of science and cargo and the beginning of Fruit Fly Lab and Rodent Research later this week.  Fruit Fly Lab-02 (FFL-02): The crew installed four Vented Fly Boxes with live flies into the Space Automated Bioproduct Lab (SABL) incubator. The two remaining Vented Fly Boxes will remain in the cargo transfer bag they were flown up in and stowed in the Columbus Endcone for the duration of the experiment. The fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster serves as a useful model organism for investigation of cellular and genetic mechanisms that can cause heart problems during spaceflight. Significant effects on numerous body systems have been identified as a result of spaceflight, including the cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, neuroendocrine, and immune systems.  The FFL-02 investigation compares flies that have hatched in space with flies grown on the ground to understand how prolonged spaceflight affects their heart function. JAXA Area PADLES (Area Passive Dosimeter for Life-Science Experiments in Space):  The crew installed nine area dosimeters on Japanese Experiment Module (JEM) walls today. The JAXA Area PADLES investigation uses area dosimeters to continuously monitor the radiation dose onboard the ISS.  Radiation exposure can have significant biological effects on living organisms, including the biological investigations being done on ISS in the JEM.  NanoRacks Module 9 Operations: The crew activated mixture tubes in support of NanoRacks Module 9 experiments for the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP) of the National Center for Earth and Space Science Education. The SSEP supports various schools and student-designed experiments that address challenges of living and working in space. The program is also a key initiative for U.S. science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), that strives to educate and inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers to work on the space program. Cardiac Stem Cells:  In support of the Cardiac Stem Cell investigation, the crew changed out media for three BioCell Habitats in the Microgravity Science Glovebox (MSG).  Cardiac Stem Cells investigates how microgravity affects stem cells and the factors that govern stem cell activity, in order to clarify the role of stem cells in cardiac biology and tissue regeneration.  This investigation also supports research into the possible acceleration of the aging process in microgravity.  Robotic Operations in Support of SpX-11: Yesterday evening, Robotic Ground Controllers translated the Mobile Transporter (MT) from Worksite 4 (WS4) to WS6.  Next they ungrappled the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) from SpX-11 Dragon Flight Releasable Grapple Fixture (FRGF) and maneuvered it to unstow the Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM) from Mobile Base System (MBS) Power Data Grapple Fixture 2 (PDGF2).  Finally, controllers configured the SSRMS and the SPDM for extraction of the Multiple User System for Earth Sensing (MUSES) payload from the Dragon trunk.   Today?s Planned Activities All activities were completed unless otherwise noted. IMS Update Greetings Video Recording URAGAN: Observation and Photography ECON-M: Observation and Photography Installation of Bel Air Access Point in SM. Meteor Shutter Open Dragon Ingress (Completed GMT 156) Collecting air samples in SpX-11 using ??-1? sampler 24-hour ECG Recording Dragon Arrival Photos EHS Total Organic Carbon Analyzer (TOCA) Water Recovery System (WRS) Sample Analysis 24-hour Blood Pressure Recording  Transfer Dragon Center Stack ??? Maintenance Cold Stowage Double Coldbag Fruit Fly Lab-02 Hardware Installation Space Pup MELFI Insertion Glacier 4 Sample Remove WAP power off and Bel Air power on  European Modular Cultivation System Cable Swap CALCIUM. Experiment Session 8 Area Dosimeter Installation Replacing ??0501 ??2 Filter Unit EHS Total Organic Carbon Analyzer (TOCA) Sample Data Record PCG-6 Hardware Photography Testing Bel Air Access Point. RSE1 laptop and iPad No.7 connection setup. Setup of Bel Air wireless users  Seedling Growth-3 Transfer of Hardware from DCBs into Biolab TCUs WAP power on  Cardiac Stem Cells SABL Insertion Science Box Installation NanoRacks Module 9 Ops Cardiac Stem Cells 1st Media Change  Completed Task List Items AC Dry Vacuum Debris Bag R&R (Completed GMT 156) Sound Level Meter Measurements (Completed GMT 156) Battery Stowage Assembly (BSA) Battery Operations (Completed GMT 156) Space Station Computer (SSC) 11 and 19 Deploy (Completed GMT 156) Space Automated Bioproduct Lab (SABL) Unit Setup  Ground Activities All activities are on schedule unless otherwise noted.  Cargo transfer support Three-Day Look Ahead: Wednesday, 06/07: Fine Motor Skills, Protein Crystal Growth sample prep, Sprint PFS setup, NanoRacks Module 52 start, Rodent Research transporter stow Thursday, 06/08: Sprint, Rodent Research ops Friday, 06/09: Glacier Install, Rodent Research ops, Progress On-Board Training
ISS Daily Summary Report ? 6/05/2017
SpaceX (SpX)-11 Launch and Berth: SpX-11 launched on Saturday, June 3 at 4:07pm CDT. Capture occurred today at 9:00am CDT followed by berthing at ~11:30m CDT. The crew completed successful pressurization and leak checks, removed Control Panel Assemblies and configured the Dragon vestibule for ingress which is scheduled tomorrow. Robotics ground controllers will translate the Mobile Transporter from Work Site (WS) 4 to WS6 and unstow Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM) in preparation for Dragon trunk unloading tomorrow. Rodent Research (RR) Transfer Review: Following capture and berthing of SpX-11, the crew prepared for transfer of the mice from Dragon planned for this Wednesday. They reviewed Big Picture words, presentations, videos and reference material and procedures for transferring the animals from the transporter to their habitat. Following the review they completed a conference with ground teams.  Orbital 7 (OA-7) Unberth: OA-7 unberthed from the ISS on Sunday, June 4 at 6:05am CDT with release at 8:10am CDT. The delay of SpX-11 launch on Thursday allowed OA-7 to unberth Sunday. Following departure, Cygnus is supporting two NASA payloads – SAFFIRE III and NRCSD-E prior to re-entry on June 11.  Light Microscopy Module (LMM) Biophysics 3:  Yesterday the crew removed Biophysics-3 Plate 1 and placed it into a MERLIN.  Investigators will use the results from LMM Biophysics 3 to examine the movement of single protein molecules in microgravity. This investigation is expected to add to scientists? understanding of the physical processes that enable high-quality crystals to grow in space where Earth?s gravity does not interfere with their formation.  Cycle Ergometer with Vibration Isolation and Stabilization (CEVIS) Troubleshooting: Over the weekend the crew performed additional CEVIS troubleshooting utilizing spare cables to check out both control panels.  Neither control panel functioned with either cable. The crew returned CEVIS to the temporary configuration using the Contingency Control Panel (CCP) and the spare cable. When using the CCP, the crew must manually dial the resistance and record their exercise information. A spare ergometer, control panel and 2 power cables are scheduled for launch on SpX-12. An additional ground cable and CCP are also being refurbished for flight.  Mobile Servicing System (MSS) Operations: Robotics Ground Controllers used the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) to maneuver the Dragon to and install it on the Node-2 Nadir Active Common Berthing Mechanism (CBM). They then supported the inspection of the Dragon Passive CBM sealing surface.  Ground Controllers then captured and bolted Dragon to the ISS. The MSS was subsequently configured to a nominal operations configuration.   Today?s Planned Activities All activities were completed unless otherwise noted. Hard discs inventory for photo and video recording Greetings Video Recording Preparation of Reports for Roscosmos Web Site and Social Media URAGAN. Observation and photography ECON-M. Observation and Photography Preparation for installation of access point of Bel Air in SM. USOS Window Shutter Close Closing Window Shutters ?6,8,9,12,13,14 SM. Crew Command Panel (CCP) Cable Route and Checkout Repair of hatch suspension [???-??(SM)] in FGB and other suspensions inspection NanoRacks Module-9 OBT MERLIN 5 Desiccant Replace EDV separation with [??]. Photo/TV Ghost Camera in Cupola on SSC power recording ??? maintenance Robotics Workstation (RWS) Dragon Configuration Dragon R Bar Approach EDV separation with [??] Closeout ops Kurs-P SM cables reconnection from MRM-2 [???] to DC-1 [???]. Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) Dragon Capture Cleaning SM Port Crew Cabin Monthly Routine Maintenance of Central Post Laptop. (RS2) Laptop Log-File Downlink. Laptop RS1 and RS2 activations/deactivations Node 2 to Dragon Pressurization and Leak Check Equipment Pregather WORF Monthly Laptop Connect Cold Stowage Double Cold bag Unpack Review Robotic Workstation (RWS) High Definition (HD) Monitor Deactivation Ghost camera teardown in Cupola Photo TV High Definition (HD) Cygnus Video Setup Installation of cable 17? 29? 8229?-770 in SM Rodent Research Transfer Review Rodent Research Crew Conference Delta file prep Crew Command Panel (CCP) Cable Deroute Node 2 to Dragon Pressurization and Leak Check Dragon Vestibule Outfitting Node 2 Nadir Common Berthing Mechanism (CBM) Controller Panel Assembly (CPA) Removal Completed Task List Items CEVIS Control Panel Troubleshooting (Completed GMT 154/155) Atmospheric Control System (ACS) Nitrogen Oxygen Recharge System (NORS) N2 Transfer (Completed GMT 154) Portable Pulmonary Function System (PPFS) Relocate (Completed GMT 154) Reentry Device Activation and Deployment for OA-7 (Completed GMT 154) Stowage Consolidation for SpX-11 (Completed GMT 154) Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) Long Life Battery (LLB) Charging (Completed GMT 154) Dragon Rendezvous and Proximity Operations Program (RPOP) Setup and Checkout (Completed GMT 155) AED Inspection (Completed GMT 155) Photograph Failed Prophonics Earwear (Completed GMT 155) Ground Activities All activities were completed unless otherwise noted. Dragon Approach and Rendezvous Support MT translate from WS4 to WS6 Three-Day Look Ahead: Tuesday, 06/06: Dragon ingress, camera setup in N2 for Rodent Research ops, Rodent Research transfer, NanoRacks Platform 1 config for ops Wednesday, 06/07: Fine Motor Skills, Protein Crystal Growth sample prep, Sprint PFS setup, NanoRacks Module 52 start, Rodent Research transporter stow Thursday, 06/08: Sprint, Rodent Research ops QUICK ISS Status ? Environmental Control Group:   Component Status Elektron On Vozdukh Manual [???] 1 ? SM Air Conditioner System (?SKV1?) Off           [???] 2 ? SM Air Conditioner System (?SKV2?) Off Carbon Dioxide Removal Assembly (CDRA) Lab Standby Carbon Dioxide Removal Assembly (CDRA) Node 3 Operate Major Constituent Analyzer (MCA) Lab Manual Major Constituent Analyzer (MCA) Node 3 Operate Oxygen Generation Assembly (OGA) Process Urine Processing Assembly (UPA) Process Trace Contaminant Control System (TCCS) Lab Full up Trace Contaminant Control System (TCCS) Node 3 Off