Briton Tim Peake Launches into Space – Docks with ISS

Briton Tim Peake Launches

British Astronaut Tim Peake blasted off from Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

He is Britain’s first European Space Agency astronaut and is on a six month mission to the International Space Station.

The Soyuz rocket launched at 11.03am GMT on a six-hour trip to deliver Major Peake and his two crew mates to the orbiting station.

The former army pilot is making history as the first official UK astronaut.

Tim Peake and his two colleagues have docked with ISS after six hour journey


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