An complete Welsh village turned off their lights this night so they may catch a glimpse of the celebs.
Residents of the aptly named village of Star, in Pembrokeshire, had been visited by British astronaut Tim Peake, who talked them by what they may see within the evening sky.
Star was chosen by Google to assist launch the corporate’s new Google Pixel 4, which comes with a brand new enhanced evening mode for astrophotography.
Research by Google revealed that these residing in Wales are least doubtless to go stargazing compared to the remainder of the UK.
However, the examine additionally demonstrated that there’s a rising curiosity within the matter, with on-line searches for astrophotography growing by 29 per cent yr on yr.
The knowledge confirmed that the subject can be looked for by individuals residing in Wales greater than wherever else within the nation.
It additionally revealed that just about 1 / 4 of Brits suppose that the sun is a planet, whereas 61 per cent of individuals didn’t know the Earth’s galaxy known as the Milky Way.
While 68 per cent of individuals didn’t know that that the primary British astronaut in area was a lady.
Helen Sharman flew to area in 1991, on the age of 27.
During his go to to Star, Mr Peake instructed locals about his love for astrophotography and inspired them to stargaze as a lot as they probably might.
He mentioned: ‘It’s very arduous to describe the sensation of wanting on the Earth from area, however whenever you see beautiful pictures of area taken from Earth it undoubtedly evokes a few of that very same feeling.
‘Now that I have my feet firmly on the ground, it’s been fantastic to share my mission with the general public.’
The Google Pixel Four goes on sale on October 24.