The European Astro Pi Challenge offers young people from age 7 up to 19 years the chance to run their code in space. This year students can take their codes for Mission Space Lab to the next level thanks to two brand new Astro Pi computers offering new experiment capabilities.
More info: https://astro-pi.org/mission-space-lab/
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