A luxury watch worth £1,500 has landed in South Yorkshire, two weeks after it fell from space.
The watch was sent into the stratosphere on Space Exploration Day, 20 July by Derbyshire-based watch specialists, Jura Watches.
People from the area are welcome to look for the watch and whoever discovers it will be able to keep it for themselves.
A number of people followed the event online, with live tracking information and images being streamed back as it took flight.
The watch travelled more than 100km, and reached altitudes of approximately 36km above the Earth’s surface – 17km above the Armstrong line which is the commonly accepted gateway to space.
At peak altitude, the balloon burst, which would have caused the watch to fall at over 200mph due to the lack of air pressure or wind resistance.
It eventually re-entered the atmosphere where a parachute was deployed, allowing the watch to gently drift back down to Earth.
The project was overseen by Sent Into Space and sponsored by Seiko.
James Sellors, manager at Jura Watches, said: “All of us here have a true passion for watches, so to work on a project like this was an incredible experience. We have a dedicated team of watch experts who have each helped to make the launch possible.
“We wish the very best of luck to all members of the public who get involved in the hunt to find the watch.”
People can also find information on social media on Jura Watches’ Facebook or by following #TimeInSpace on Twitter.