Can the space station's computers get a Windows virus?


Wed, Nov 4th, 2009 12:30 by capnasty NEWS

When computers on board the International Space Station go down, the astronauts living there do the same as any office drone in Slough--they call IT. Mike Harris, from CNET, interviews Tyson Tucker and Joey Crawford, the NASA flight controllers responsible for maintaining uptime in mankind's first permanent space colony.



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