Errant cheese to land in Hertfordshire?

A SPACE mission with a difference could come to ground in Times Territory. To mark the 40th anniversary of the Apollo moon landings, cheesemakers have launched a piece of cheddar 30km above the Earth's surface. It is hoped the

A SPACE mission with a difference could come to ground in Times Territory.

To mark the 40th anniversary of the Apollo moon landings, cheesemakers have launched a piece of cheddar 30km above the Earth's surface.

It is hoped the 300g wedge will become the first piece of cheese to experience space flight.

However, the cheddar has since gone missing and organisers are asking the public to help them find it when it lands.


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GPS data from the errant dairy product suggests it could come to ground in Hertfordshire.

Dom Lane, from the West Country Farmhouse Cheesemakers group, said: "We're not sure where it is at the moment.

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