Students from around the country will soon be seeing their computer coding ideas run on-board the International Space Station by British ESA Astronaut Tim Peake. The winning entries of the nationwide competition were announced today at the UK Space Conference by Tim Peake. Students from around the country have been coding their ideas to run on
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