Newton’s ‘pips in space’ given new homes to inspire future generations

The National Trust has unveiled the new homes of eight unique saplings grown from seeds taken into space by astronaut Tim Peake in 2015.

by Dan Symonds
Astronaut Tim Peake plants a space sapling in the grounds of Woolsthorpe Manor - image: National Trust
Astronaut Tim Peake plants a space sapling in the grounds of Woolsthorpe Manor - image: National Trust

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