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Astro Pi: Mission Space Lab – 208 Teams From 22 Countries Achieve Flight Status
AstroPis running on the International Space Station. (Credit: ESA)

PARIS (ESA PR) — After a long process of testing and judging your experiments, ESA and the Raspberry Pi Foundation are delighted to announce that 208 teams in 22 countries have been granted ‘flight status’ and will progress onto Phase 3 (Deploy) and Phase 4 (Analyse) of Mission Space Lab 2019/2020.

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  • April 6, 2020
423 Teams Selected for Phase 2 of Astro Pi Mission Space Lab 2019/2020
Astro Pi Ed and Astro Pi Izzy in space. (Credit: ESA)

PARIS (ESA PR) — ESA Education and the Raspberry Pi Foundation congratulate all the entries of this year’s European Astro Pi Challenge: Mission Space Lab for their outstanding proposals. This has been another record-breaking year with Phase 1 receiving a grand total of 545 entries from 23 countries! The 423 selected teams will now have a chance to write computer code for the scientific experiments they want to send up to Astro Pi Ed or Astro Pi Izzy to run aboard the International Space Station!

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  • November 16, 2019