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Linux shelf computers for space travel

A group of electronics engineers at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia (UQ), led by Dr. John Williams, is developing an operating system as part of NASA’s Reconfigurable Scaleable Computing (RSC) project.

RSC is a modular computer system consisting of compact motherboards measuring about 13×10 cm, which can be connected together like stacks, forming clusters. The system is designed for data processing tasks in space, such as control of research vehicles, automated drilling equipment, cameras and sensors in real time, as well as analysis of surface and atmosphere properties. Compared to conventional devices, the RSC is distinguished by its extreme configuration flexibility, which allows reprogramming of computer functions within a very wide range. This property is especially useful for solving problems when it is necessary to adjust the operation of the system after the launch of the spacecraft. In fact, the space agency expects to obtain a universal computing system suitable for various missions on the planets of the solar system and in open space.

The RSC operating system is a modified version of the Linux operating system widely used in scientific and academic projects. Dr. Williams adapted Linux for use on reconfigurable hardware and published his work. This is how NASA learned about the development. The university has already signed a four-year cooperation agreement with the American side worth about $ 18 million. Interestingly, UQ is the only non-American member of the RSC project.

Source: UQ