A school in Exeter has had a remarkable visitor - Helen Sharman OBE, a chemist who became the first Briton in space.
She's meeting schoolchildren to talk to them about her remarkable career - which included being selected for the Project Juno space project aged just 27.
She was chosen after responding to a radio advertisement asking for applicants to be the first British astronaut - selected for the mission live on ITV, on 25 November 1989.
We asked what that trip into orbit was like:
Helen's visit to a school is part of a lifetime spent inspiring people about science. She still does outreach activities related to chemistry and her spaceflight, and was recently awarded an Honorary Fellowship from the British Science Association.
We asked her why we need to get more children - and more young women - interested in science.