These are the pictures taken from a space balloon created by a Pembrokeshire student. Connor Goddard, a sixth form student from Tasker Milward School in Haverfordwest, was one of four students who came up with the idea to create and launch a space balloon to record information about wind speed and temperature at different altitudes in space.
Working under the guidance of his physics teacher, Dorian Pascoe, and IT technician, Tom Griffiths, Connor developed the electronics and software in the balloon. They also added a camera which was programmed to take photographs every 30 seconds. Mr Pascoe hopes the project will inspire other budding young scientists: