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UK spaceman Tim Peake is stepping down permanently from his role as a European astronaut.

Hes going to take up a full-time ambassadorial position for science and space instead - work hes been doing since 2019.

The former British Army Air Corps helicopter pilot was selected as a European Space Agency (Esa) astronautin 2009.

He flew to the space station for a six-month tourin 2015/2016.

Being an Esa astronaut has been the most extraordinary experience, Tim Peake said.

I have had the privilege of working with an exceptional team of dedicated individuals during the past 13 years with the agency, which has been incredibly exciting and rewarding.

By assuming the role of an ambassador for human spaceflight, I shall continue to support Esa and the UK Space Agency, with a focus on educational outreach, and I look forward to the many exciting opportunities ahead.

In a tweet following the announcement, he didnt rule out future trips into space.

And as for getting back to space again - never say never! he tweeted.

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In November last year, Esa unveiled UK citizens Rosemary Coogan, John McFall and Meganne Christian as new astronaut candidates.

Coogan is set to begin training in April; McFall is joining a feasibility study to see if he can fly as a disabled astronaut (hes a former Paralympic blade runner); and Christian is a reserve and could join the corps if someone else drops out.

Tim Peakes selection into the Esa astronaut corps in 2009 was a surprise because the UK was not participating in the agencys human spaceflight programme at the time.

Butthis policy changed as a consequenceand now Britain plays its part, helping to fund the programme and send experiments to the International Space Station.

The UK, as an Esa member state, is also involved in the US space agency Nasas Artemis programme to go back to the Moon and will be supplying equipment for a new lunar space station.

Dr Paul Bate, the UK Space Agencys CEO, said: Tim Peake is an incredible ambassador for the UK space sector and has played a leading role over the past decade.

Not only has he carried out important scientific work, during his historic Principia mission to the International Space Station and while on Earth, but he has inspired millions with his passion for space and the opportunities it offers.

Hailing from Chichester, Tim Peake was the UKs first official astronaut, going into orbit on a government ticket. But he was preceded by other UK-born citizens, notably Helen Sharman, who went to the Mir space station in 1991 on a private programme organised with the Russians.

A number of UK-born individuals were also able to fly before him with Nasa because they had acquired US citizenship - figures like Michael Foale and Piers Sellars.

However, during his Principia mission on the ISS, Tim Peake did become the first person to complete a spacewalk while sporting a Union flag on his shoulder.

The ISS tour also saw him control a rover on Earth remotely from orbit, help dock two spacecraft, and even run the London marathon on a treadmill.

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Britains Tim Peake has hung up his spacesuit, stepping down from Europes astronaut corps to become an ambassador for space activities, the European Space Agency said on Friday.Britains Rosemary Coogan joined the ESAs astronaut corps in November, while British doctor and Paralympian John McFall was named the first-ever astronaut recruit with a disability.

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