Mission Zerooffers students and young people the chance to have their computer programs run in space on the ISS as part of the European Astro Pi Challenge! Every eligible participant will receive a certificate with the time and date their code was executed. Submissions for 2021-2022 are now closed. See the Astro Pi website for updates about future missions.
- Only use required and allowed modules. The sense_hat module must be used. The random and time module may be used as well.
- Your program is over 1000 characters of text. Try making it a bit shorter.
- Don't use input or wait for events. Your program shouldn't rely on input from a person.
- Check your program for improper language.
Mission Zero submissions each met the following requirements:
- read the humidity from the sensor,
- use the LED matrix,
- and run your program without any errors.
Qualified submissions will run for 30 seconds on the International Space Station.