Meet the Indiana Jones of Programming and Electronics. How far, and I literally mean far, software code can go. Well, the most “distant” piece of code is somewhere beyond our solar system happily running on the Voyager spacecraft. But during the Apollo ights in the late 1960s, some of that “space code” returned back to Earth. More speci cally, on 25 August 1966 NASA launched and successfully performed Flight AS-202. After the ight, the rocket was disassembled and forgotten about. A half century later, our Indiana, Mr. Francois Rautenbach, while searching for electronic treasures, stumbled upon the Rope Memory Modules of the Apollo Guidance Computer used in Flight AS-202 fty years ago - this was the rst embedded (micro)computer ever. His goal was to track them down and extract from them one of the rst lines of “space code”. Everything is possible for experts such as Indiana - of course with his trusty Red Pitaya STEMlab in the pocket.