NASA has made video vignettes of life on the Space Shuttle Endeavour available online at the Internet Archive.
The video shows the crew going around their daily tasks, as well as Commander Mark Kelly doing his daily exercise on a modified exercise bike.
It’s truly amazing to see the astronauts and ‘stuff’ floating around the screen, and realizing that this is not actually a science fiction film, but reality — viewed through your computer.
The space shuttle left for the international space station last Monday for a scheduled 16-day mission to deliver the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer-2 and critical supplies to the space station. The spectrometer is a particle physics detector designed to look for various types of unusual cosmic matter.
This is the last mission for the Endeavor, and the second-to-last mission for the space shuttle program.