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Apollo 50’s Project_Arthur Notifies You When the ISS is Overhead #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

From Apollo 50:

Goonhilly Earth Satellite Station in Cornwall, UK , and the iconic Arthur satellite dish, brought Britain into the space age. It enabled transatlantic broadcasts for the first time, carrying broadcasts of Neil Armstrong’s first walk on the moon on July 20 1969 and modernised communications with the rest of the world.
Project_Arthur is a fun project allowing you to construct a 3d paper model of the dish which will track the location of the ISS (International Space Station) using an embedded Raspberry PI and notify you when it is over your chosen location!

Read more, see the full project on GitHub and see more on vimeo


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