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! Teams write a simple program to display a message to the astronauts onboard. Every participant will receive a certificate with the time and date their code was executed. Submissions are closed. Sign up for Astro Pi's mailing list for updates about this and 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 temperature 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.