Re: Satellite-killing software
It's not Friday yet but what the heck . . . I saw a story about that
Japanese satellite that failed in flight, on a site called
hackaday.com.Apparently it malfunctioned after a software update went awry.
I'm offering 5 to 2 they didn't bother to comment the code. Any takers?
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