The UK has bought the capsule which sent Tim Peake into space and returned him to Earth.BBC News has learned that the vehicle will be go on display in the Science Museum in London in early 2017.The Russian Soyuz TMA-19M craft has been refurbished, but is still slightly singed from re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere.Major Peake told BBC News that he was "absolutely delighted" to hear his spacecraft would be brought to the UK."Hopefully it may act as an inspiration for the next generation of scientists and engineers," he said."Flying into space is a huge privilege but it also comes with risk and one of the highest risk areas are launch into space and re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere."The Soyuz spacecraft is designed to protect the crew from these harsh conditions. So you get very attached to your spacecraft because it definitely does save your life."