Here is the latest “Space to Ground” report from NASA on recent activities related to the International Space Station:

A nice view of two CubeSats shooting into orbit from the ISS: CubeSats Deployed Outside Station’s Kibo Lab Module | NASA –

A pair of CubeSats, with the Earth’s limb in the background, moments after being ejected from a small satellite deployer [built by NanoRacks] outside of the International Space Station’s Kibo laboratory module on Wednesday, May 16, 2017. The tiny shoebox-sized satellites will orbit Earth observing the Earth’s upper atmosphere and interstellar radiation left over from the Big Bang. Over a dozen CubeSats were ejected into Earth orbit this week outside the Kibo module to study Earth and space phenomena for the next one to two years.


Update: Another view of one of the deployments:

Update 2: This video shows the preparation of the deployer in the Japanese Kibo module: