Even though the competition is closed, there are all sorts of ways you can get involved with Astro Pi!
We have a range of new Astro Pi educational resources available. Tim Peake will be on board the ISS until May 2016, so there will be opportunities to examine the results of the winning competition experiments, and there will also be a data analysis activity where you can obtain a CSV file full of time-stamped sensor readings direct from Tim.
Tim has also said that, during the flight, he wants to use some of his free time on Saturday afternoons for educational outreach. While we can’t confirm anything at this stage, we are hopeful that all sorts of interactive Astro Pi activities will take place. There could yet be more opportunities to get your code running on the ISS!