Luca Parmitano launches the 2019-20 European Astro Pi Challenge

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ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano is this year’s ambassador of the European Astro Pi Challenge. In this video, he welcomes students to the challenge and gives an overview of the project.

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13 Comments

  1. O Astronauta desafia o Pi dos milhares … do Pi digitalmente transcendental…Quem irá evidenciar o porquê oculto, misterioso, obscuro à vista desarmada …da formula …mais misteriosa e infinita no mundo da matemática como o Universo será assim tão infinito? Crie-se magia e ganhe-se curiosidade e ousadia porque tanto Pi como o Universo e a Astronomia atraem!!

  2. Trying to establish Space exploration and science as integral part of Cultural of a country, in this case Sweden. Involves all Children as well as Adults. Knowledge through fun of Cultural Festival.

  3. I am too old to participate in this but also I don't really see the point of it, as it doesn't seem to have any reason to be done on the ISS, maybe just so kids can say they programmed stuff on the ISS and it will look good for them.

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