The first astronaut from Britain to visit the International Space Station was Peake. (Photo by Lee Collier)
As part of his new tour, the first British astronaut to visit the International Space Station (ISS) will stop in Leicester. On Thursday, September 12, Tim Peake is scheduled to visit De Montfort Hall located in the city.

According to promoters, Tim will perform “Astronauts: The Quest To Explore Space” when he returns to the stage, following the success of his debut tour. They said that by utilizing “extraordinary” archive material and footage, the trip will “bring to life the awe-inspiring adventures of those pioneering explorers we call astronauts.”

Tim ended his 18-year Army service and started working for the European Space Agency (ESA). In December 2015, when he was there, he made history by becoming the first astronaut from

  • withdrew from the organization in 2023, but she has since carried on as a space ambassador for both the UK Space Agency and the agency, encouraging young people to pursue careers in math, science, technology, and engineering. Promoters stated that “He’ll reveal what spaceflight is really like,” including the amazing perspective of Earth, life in weightlessness, special hazards, and unexpectedly funny moments, as well as the years of training and intense physical and psychological strain that astronauts must undergo.
  1. My Journey To Space, Tim’s debut tour, took place in 2021–2023. Being able to impart a tiny bit of what I have learned over my career as an astronaut, from my personal experiences to the revolutionary events from space’s past, present, and future, he stated

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