Here is this week’s Space to Ground report from NASA on activities related to the International Space Station:

And here is the first in what looks to be a fun series of brief videos from ISS crew member Jack Fischer describing some aspect of the huge station:

No one knows the International Space Station better than the people who live and work there—and now they’re sharing that knowledge in bite-sized chunks. In the first of a series of short videos called “SpeedyTime,” Expedition 52 flight engineer Jack Fischer gives us a quick-but-thorough tour of payload activities inside and outside the airlock in the station’s Japanese laboratory module, Kibo.