Pitt students building one of the most powerful computers to go into space
Tribune-Review features Pitt's Center for Space, High-performance, and Resilient Computing
One of the fastest space computers ever launched into orbit will head to the International Space Station next year.
It has the University of Pittsburgh written all over it. Well, at least on the top of it.
A team of Pitt students at the Center for Space, High-performance, and Resilient Computing built a computer that will be among the fastest and most powerful ever designed to operate in space.
“We're super pumped about it,” said Christopher Wilson, manager of the lab in Schenley Place in Oakland.
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