British astronaut Tim Peake has announced he is to return to the International Space Station for his second mission.
The Souyz capsule, still singed by the heat of re-entry, joins other exhibits charting the history of space exploration.
During his 186 day mission, the former helicopter test pilot also became the first Briton ever to , took part in more than 250 scientific experiments, ran the on a treadmill and even announced the winner of a .
"You know the first mission was a wonderful success and the view [of] planet earth is the one thing that is just always so awe-inspiring to see," he said.
Today's announcement coincided with a pledge by the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy for a £152 million fund for British satellite expertise to be used for international projects monitoring flooding, drought and deforestation.
Greg Clark MP said: "Tim Peake's Principia mission inspired a generation, and showed just how far science can take you."
He has previously said he would go back to space "in a heartbeat", but admitted he wanted to spend time with his family first.