He wished racegoers good luck in a video message as they set off.Major Peake became the first person to remotely control a rover robot while orbiting the earth from space.Scientists hunting for academic jobs got a rare glimpse into the mysterious tenure-track hiring process.
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In under 10 minutes he was in space, and after a tense few minutes, his orbiting capsule locked onto the ISS.
Major Peake answered questions from space in his first press conference.
He performed a shaky somersault for journalists watching from the European Astronaut Centre near Cologne, Germany - showing he was not yet quite used to life on board the ISS.
The Briton assisted American Nasa astronauts Tim Kopra and Scott Kelly in a spacewalk.
The astronaut was on board the ISS when he received the call, informing him of his recommendation for Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George.
After it was publicly announced, he said the award recognised the 'hundreds of dedicated staff' who had made his mission possible.
The astronauts spoke directly from the ISS, taking questions from the Facebook founder and users of the social network.
Major Peake set another record when he became the first person to be named in the Queen's Birthday Honours while in space.
BBC Sport's Six Nations coverage was introduced by Major Peake, wearing an England rugby shirt, in a message recorded on the ISS.
The European Space Agency and BBC fed the Scotland v England match to the ISS so he did not miss out on the action.
He piloted the Exo Mars rover, which is slated for launch in 2018 and will take nine months to reach Mars, through the rocky landscape in a hangar in Stevenage during a two-hour test.