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From Windows 10, Linux, iPads, iPhones to HoloLens: The tech astronauts use on the ISS

The NASA official who looks after computers on the International Space Station on the role played by both Linux-based and Windows systems throughout the station's history, the rise of mobiles in space and plans for the Microsoft HoloLens.

Photos: From the IBM ThinkPad to the Apple iPad - the tech used on the ISS

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