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ITV Border have been following the progress of Cockermouth School's space project.
At the end of January two balloons were sent into the air with the objective of filming the curvature of the earth.
The first pod was found within a couple of hours but the second had been missing - until now.
It was found floating on a fishing pond 300 miles away in Buckinghamshire.
Safely inside was the camera and their missing astronaut - a Lego man named George.
But the camera was not so fortunate, its view was obscured meaning the team had no pictures.
The team said they enjoyed the exercise and may even attempt it again - learning from their mistakes.
We have been following the progress of Cockermouth School's space project, and we can now reveal that the missing pod has been found.
The second balloon was found in a fishing pond 300 miles away in Buckinghamshire.
Our reporter Samantha Parker went to find out if they managed to capture space: