Astro-Pi Mission Zero

Students of class 5BF participated in Astro-pi Mission Zero organized by Europoean Space Agency (ESA) and Raspberry Pi.

Published on 26.11.2017

Stu­dents of class 5BF par­ti­cip­ated in Astro-pi Mis­sion Zero organ­ized by Euro­poean Space Agency (ESA) and Rasp­berry Pi. Astro Pi is an annual sci­ence and coding com­pet­i­tion where stu­dent-writ­ten code is run on the Inter­na­tional Space Sta­tion!

Stu­dents of class 5BF worked in groups of two and wrote code that will con­trib­ute to the daily routine of the Inter­na­tional Space Sta­tion by dis­play­ing their per­sonal mes­sage and the ambi­ent air tem­per­at­ure on the Astro Pi. Each of their code is guar­an­teed to run in space for 30 seconds!

Con­grat­u­la­tions to the stu­dents of class 5BF who worked hard and man­aged to upload their code more a week ahead of the dead­line.