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If you were building a computer in outer space, would you be likely to use some form of flash memory or RAM as main memory? Explain clearly and coherently.

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  1. e.mccormick Group Title
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    Think about this: What erases flash RAM?

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    there are no difference between computers on the land and in the space only in volts the things will be changes is hardware because of that difference in volts

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    we will use RAM of cousre

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    @Mohamed7IBrahim You say, "there are no difference between computers on the land and in the space" Then why do they use magnetic core memory in space but not on land?

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    Now, if the question had asked about secondary memory, it would be more obvious. It is a low pressure environment. Know what that does to a hard drive? However, for main memory, the issues you deal with are generally unavoidable ones.

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