The Soyuz space capsule carrying UK astronaut Tim Peake to theInternational Space Station has arrived at its destination.
"Major Tim", and fellow crew members Russian Yuri Malenchenko and American Tim Kopra, docked with the ISS high above the Earth.
The crew controlled the approach manually, after complications with the usual automatic docking procedure.
Mr Peake is making history as the first official UK astronaut.
He was waved off by his wife and two sons at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan earlier on Tuesday.
The launch was from the same place where Yuri Gagarin became the first human in space in 1961.
There were no reported problems during the blast-off.
However, docking with the space station - which is regarded as one of the most difficult stages of the journey - did not go entirely to plan when the crew had to steer the spacecraft in manually.
The docking happened about 10 minutes after its scheduled time of 17:24 GMT.