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Ayshah here with all the stories this Sunday morning.
First to Wimbledon - where it should come as no surprise
to hear that Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer are both safely
through to the fourth round of the competition.
Djokovic beat Latvia's Ernests Gulbis in straight sets.
While Federer made winning look easy, as he dispatched German
player Mischa Zverev - again in straight sets.
Britain's Lewis Hamiliton will have his work cut out
at the Austrian Grand Prix later.
He'll start back in eighth place, after a picking up a penalty.
His team mate Valteri Bottas will be on pole,
with World Championship leader Sebastian Vettel second.
If you think rubbish can be a problem here on earth,
imagine the trouble it can cause out in space!
Step in Super Gekko...
It'll all make sense when you watch this.
There's a big problem up in space.
Right now, about 500,000 pieces of human-made debris are whizzing
around space and orbiting our planet at speeds of up to 17,000 mph.
This debris poses a threat to our satellites and space stations.
And it's getting scientists thinking.
Super robots Space Geckos.
Top scientists have developed a tool to grab objects in space.
It's inspired by gecko feet and how they grab
onto surfaces when climbing.
Geckos' toes can hold onto almost any surface.
Their feet are covered in tiny rubbery hairs that grip the surface
tightly but are also super easy to remove when force is applied
in the other direction.
This allows a gecko to climb almost anywhere.
The scientists copied these tiny hairs for their gripper.
It has edges just one tenth of millimetre wide.
The robotic rubber can grip, hold onto and move around even
larger smooth surfaces in zero gravity and the vacuum of space.
A possible solution to a big problem up there from
a tiny little creature down here.
Finally, if you've ever dreamt of scoring one
of those amazing one-off, never to be repeated
goals, then watch this.
This stunner was scored by Noah in an under nine
tournament in Bristol.
I dont know if he meant to do it, but, whatever, the mums and dads
watching certainly appreciated it.
He'll be dreaming about that goal for weeks!
Join us back here just before half past 12,
and we'll have Martin partying it up at the CBBC Social just outside
the studio - don't miss it.
Hi. My favourite CBBC show is Operation Ouch,