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January 1, 2016 AT 6:00 pm

Astro Pi Flight Analysis #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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Do strange, unexplained things happen on the International Space Station? With this resource you can help us find out. The Astro Pis (above) will be watching…

The two Astro Pis on the ISS are programmed to run the competition-winning programs as part of an automatic sequence. Each winning program will have one week of run time. After this sequence has completed, the Astro Pis will enter a flight recorder mode where they save sensor readings to a database every 10 seconds. If anything strange happens, it will be recorded!

Because the sensor readings are taken so often there will be masses of data to search through, so we need your help to look through the data and find out what was going on. There could be strange, unexplained things, or just the normal day-to-day activities of the astronauts.

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