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Tim Peake: Being back on Earth is like 'world's worst hangover'

British astronaut Tim Peake has said adjusting to life back on Earth is like having the "world's worst hangover".

Major Peake said he felt "pretty terrible" and had suffered with vertigo and dizziness since he returned from the International Space Station.

He added he was beginning to feel better as time passed but said he missed the view from ISS.

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Watch live as Tim Peake lands back on earth

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Live video is following Tim Peake's spacecraft as he returns to earth after six months in space.

The Soyuz spacecraft has begun its decent back into the atmosphere in a dramatic trip that will see the capsule shoot through searing temperatures as it re-enters the earth atmosphere before landing at 10.15 am BST.

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