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Astro Academy: Principia

Still enjoying the legacy of Tim Peake’s Principia mission? Now you can get involved with some of his experiments and work with Astro Academy: Principia. Tim Peake’s mission was …

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New Book By Tim Peake Scheduled for Release Later This Year

Following the ‘out of this world’ success of his first post-Principia book Hello Is This Planet Earth?, it has been announced that Tim Peake will release a new book in …

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One Year Since Launch of Mission Principia…

One year ago today, Tim Peake and his Expedition 47 crew mates were launching from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Halfway across the world in our offices here at One Giant …

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We’re back!

At One Giant Read, we’re excited to bring you brand new content on our space themed reading odyssey. Take One Giant Read with us and discover something fascinating today!

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ONE GIANT WRITE completes its mission to find a potential new star!

As Tim Peake finished his historic Principia Mission to the International Space Station another brave crew were putting the finishing touches to their manuscripts and entering them into the One Giant Write Science Fiction writing competition.

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Tim Peake back home!

ESA astronaut Tim Peake, NASA astronaut Tim Kopra and commander Yuri Malenchenko landed in the steppe of Kazakhstan on Saturday, 18 June in their Soyuz TMA-19M spacecraft.

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Tim Peake’s Principia Mission Wrap Up

With ESA’s Principia mission almost complete, British ESA astronaut Tim Peake looks back on his time in space before returning to Earth in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft.

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Support Team Astronaut!

On 24th April 2016, Tim Peake will be running the Digital Virgin Money London Marathon… on a treadmill in space.

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Planetary Alignment

In an alignment which hasn’t occurred since 2005, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will be visible to those of us in the Northern hemisphere in the night sky for the next month. This is because all five planets will be on the same side of the sun at the same time.

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