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SpaceX, NASA, and HP Are Sending a Supercomputer to the ISS

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SpaceX, NASA, and HP Are Sending a Supercomputer to the ISSThe Importance of 30 Minutes The International Space Station is nearly twenty years old. During almost two decades in low-Earth orbit, the floating laboratory has offered the opportunity to test many a hypothesis in microgravity. Often, these experiments have to do with biology and biochemistry. Take for instance studying the effects of space radiation on […]

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News video: SpaceX Sends HPE Supercomputer to the International Space Station

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The launch is part of a joint experiment with NASA.

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