The capsule that Tim Peake travelled to space in and used to return to earth, is going to be displayed here in the UK.
The Science Museum in London have bought the Soyuz capsule that transported Tim to the International Space Station and will have it on show from early next year.
The capsule has been refurbished but still has burn marks on it from being singed when it re-entered Earth's atmosphere on its journey back from space.
Tim Peake said that he is "absolutely delighted" that his spacecraft will be on show in the UK.
What is a Soyuz spacecraft?
- A Soyuz is a spacecraft made in Russia
- At the moment, it is the only way to get to and from the International Space Station.
- The Soyuz transports Russian cosmonauts and astronauts but it's a tight ride and has room for only three people in it.
- It's pronounced SAW-YOOZ
- A Soyuz capsule is launched into space by sitting on top of a Soyuz rocket.
- It attaches to the International Space Station and the crew use a hatch that is connected to the ISS to leave and enter the Soyuz.
- The Soyuz capsule is made up of three parts but when it returns to earth, only one part with the cosmonauts and astronauts in comes back.
- On its way back to earth, the Soyuz capsule separates itself from the two other parts, which then burn up in the atmosphere.
- A Soyuz capsule has no wheels or wings.
- The landing is always a bit bumpy for the cosmonauts and astronauts inside.
- Once a Soyuz capsule has returned to earth, it can't be used again.