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Apple Computer is sponsoring a software development contest that will lead to the winner seeing his or her brainchild running at the Smithsonsian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum: open to all US colleges and universities in the United States, the Race for Space Software Chase is intended to create an interactive display for the Museum’s Aerospace Computing gallery, due to open in early 1989 and the school that produces the winning software receives eight Macintosh II computers and the honour of selecting one member of their software development team to participate in the Museum’s summer internship program during the summer of 1988; the software has to demonstrate the role computers play in aerospace technology and entries must complement one of seven thematic areas in the Aerospace Computing gallery – design, testing, manufacturing and production, simulation and training, navigation and ground control, on-board control, and air and space operations.

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