Issue #320 - Thousands of Raspberry Pi programs run on the International Space Station
It’s been a big couple of weeks for Raspberry Pi in space. In this issue, you can read about the record 6350 teams of students and young people who had their programs run on the Astro Pi computers onboard the International Space Station. We also learned that what’s probably world’s first interactive art experiment in space is powered by our tiny computer!
There’s the usual smattering of cool projects you can try for yourself at home, news of a Vulkan update, plus a couple of great examples of how Raspberry Pi is helping in the beekeeping and farming industries.