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Peake

Mervyn. 1911--68, English novelist, poet, and illustrator. In his trilogy Gormenghast (1946--59), he creates, with vivid imagination, a grotesque Gothic world
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Chichester City Council awarded the highest honour it can bestow on Major Peake at a ceremony attended by 1,200 people.
Peake added that it marked a new "very, very exiting" era of space exploration.
Musk's Falcon Heavy launch marked a new era of space exploration which is "very, very exciting", Major Peake said.
The new study assumes open-pit mining followed by production of magnetite concentrate at Mount Peake.
Thanks to extraordinary leaps in communication technology, people across the globe watched as Major Peake broadcast live experiments, walks in space and even 'ran' the London Marathon.
These will include the Space Descent virtual reality experience, narrated by Mr Peake himself.
Astronaut Tim Peake with the Russian Soyuz capsule which carried him and his crew to and from the ISS, which will go on display in Cardiff next year
The event will be held on the evening of 24 October 2017 at London's Barbican Hall and will feature Peake in conversation with Dallas Campbell, actor and TV presenter of The Gadget Show and Bang Goes the Theory.
Arriving to screams of excitement from more than 200 children from six schools who had gathered to meet him at Techniquest, in Cardiff, Mr Peake said it was "fantastic" to see how engaged they had been with his mission to the International Space Station.
Doctors will draw blood, conduct Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans, and question Major Peake to improve their understanding of the physical and psychological effects of space travel.
THE proudest mum on the planet gives her son Major Tim Peake a massive hug to welcome him back after his 186-day mission in space.
BRITISH astronaut Tim Peake will tomorrow give his first press conference since returning to Earth from the International Space Station (ISS).