A science project organised by a school in Kent has reached new heights. Sevenoaks School holds a "science week" each year and this time they sent cameras up to the edge of space on a weather ballon - and despite a hiccup over Belgium, have brought back some amazing images.
David Johns explains, talking to physics teacher Elizabeth Harper-Clark, and Head of Science Graeme Lawrie.
A Dutch astronaut had to be rescued after his sailing boat got into difficulty off the Sussex coast. Physicist Wubbo Johannes Ockels - who flew into space in 1985 - was in his schooner when its engines failed seven miles from Newhaven last night. He was then towed to safety by Newhaven RNLI.
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Clear skies tonight will make for good viewing of the annual meteor shower called The Perseids because of where they appear in the sky.Read the full story ›
Eddie Howland sent us this picture of the 'super' moon just before Midnight in Burges Hill, in a break in the cloud that lasted just a few minutes.
The moon came within about 221,802 miles of the Earth. That is about 15,300 miles closer than average.Read the full story ›