Tim Peake's historic spacewalk outside the International Space Station had to be cut short for safety reasons.
Former Army Major Peake became the first official UK astronaut to go on a spacewalk and was due to fix a broken solar shunt, which transfers electricity generated by solar panels.
The mission was ended after four of the scheduled six hours because fellow astronaut Tim Kopra reported seeing a water bubble in his helmet.
The walk was still a major landmark for British space exploration and was watched live from Tim's primary school in Emsworth, Hampshire.
Our reporter Sam Holder watched Tim start his walk with pupils at Westbourne Primary School.
Sam Holder spoke to Beth Bond - a pupil, Lucy Shortman - a pupil, Steven Potter - headmaster at Westbourne Primary School.
Pictures from the International Space Station are courtesy of NASA.
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