On 25/11/2014 00:57, Ralf Quint wrote:
> On 11/24/2014 11:08 AM, Carl Spitzer wrote:
>> Isn't the Z80 what the Space Shuttle and space Telescope used until
>> the last decade. I seem to remember my old RS-4P was a Z80 chip. CWSIV
> Nope, the Space Shuttle's main computer was from IBM, based on a
> radiation-hardened version of a 32bit System/360 type CPU (just Google
> "APA-101S")
> And if you refer with "space telescope" to Hubble, that uses special
> radiation hardened version of the Intel 80486...
>
> Ralf

They used a whole range of processors including the 8086,

http://www.geek.com/chips/nasa-needs-8086-chips-549867/

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