The Mission Zero 2022/23 projects have been run up on the International Space Station, and we have the data back from the teams that participated at York CoderDojo! 
In Mission Zero, a project launched by ESA Education, young people write a simple computer program to run on an Astro Pi computer on board the International Space Station (ISS). 
Following step-by-step instructions, they wrote code to take a reading from an Astro Pi sensor and display a colourful image for the ISS astronauts to see as they go about their daily tasks. 
2 Astro Pi computers on the ISS
Participation was free and open for young people up to age 19 in ESA Member States, with York CoderDojo running sessions where young people could get involved at Acomb Explore Library. 
The certificates are back and we now have the data from the Astro Pis showing where the International Space Station was when each project ran. Hover over each project name on the map below to find out more. 
You can also see examples of what each team's project looked like below. 

Team Choco 

Team Crab2023 

Team Haribo7 

A huge well done to everyone who participated. We hope to be back with this opportunity later this year! Keep an eye out on our website and socials for updates later this year. 


Founder and Community Coordinator 
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