Space invaders

13th August 2010 at 01:00

Children from English schools have won an international competition to design a new world in space. Pupils from the City of London Academy, Pate's Grammar in Gloucestershire and Wallington County Grammar in Surrey took part in the world final of the International Space Settlement Design Competition at the Johnson Space Centre in Houston, Texas. Academics from Imperial College London chose the English finalists.

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