National Trust send Newton's apple seeds to space

Apple seeds from the tree that inspired Sir Isaac Newton's theory of gravity have been sent up to the International Space Station (ISS) as part of the latest mission which saw British astronaut Tim Peake blast off this week.

by Matthew Appleby
From left, Jannette Warrener, National Trust Custodian at Woolsthorpe Manor, Jeremy Curtis, Head of Education at the UK Space Agency and Dallas Campbell of PrISM. National Trust - Colin Russell.
From left, Jannette Warrener, National Trust Custodian at Woolsthorpe Manor, Jeremy Curtis, Head of Education at the UK Space Agency and Dallas Campbell of PrISM. National Trust - Colin Russell.

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