Kent schoolchildren had the chance to fire questions at astronaut Tim Peake, as he flew overhead aboard the International Space Station today.
Pupils from 23 schools came together to ask him questions via radio link-up from Wellesley House School in Broadstairs.
One question asked by a little girl called Scarlett left him stumped: "What is your favourite Shakespearian quote?", she asked.
But science is clearly his strong point and his answer was inspiring.
WATCH : Kent school children have some surprising questions for astronaut Tim Peake
There were worrying moments at the start of the live link-up when Tim Peake didn't seem able to hear messages from the school.
Science teacher Kerry Sabin-Dawson said: "There was so much tension in the room, waiting and hoping he would hear us. But he did and that was a wonderful moment."
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Do you think that wringing out a wet cloth in space is easy? Think again as they explain in this demonstration from the International Space Station. You can send you questions to them via NASA, it is next over our region tomorrow 9.16pm - approaching from the West.