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Ricky here with your big stories this Friday.
Here's what's' coming up.
What it's like to be a Red Arrow.
And Jo Konta waves goodbye to Wimbeldon
First up, Wimbledon, and Britiain's number oneJohanna
Konta is out of the competition.
Ayshah's in London now to tell us what happened.
Yes that's right - she'd got further in the competition
than any other British female for almost forty years,
by reaching the semi finals.
She went into the match yesterday as the favourite
against Venus Williams but it wasn't enough to get her through.
Here's what happened.
A huge ovation for Jo Konta and her first Wimbledon semi-final.
Hopes were sky high for Johanna Konta, but this was the moment her
Wimbledon journey ended.
There it is.
She was playing against American Venus Williams,
who has won this competition five times in the past, so it was never
going to be an easy match.
What a serve.
Venus' powerful serve and years of experience of performing
at the top level proved too much for Konta.
She lost the first set and after that never managed
to get back in the game.
And there's the first blow to Venus Williams.
Well, the credit as to go to Venus and the way
she was able to play today.
I don't think I did too much wrong.
She really did just dictate the match from the very
beginning till the very end.
So I had few chances to get a good foothold in the match and again,
when I did have those chances, she did very well to take them away
from me, so all credit to her.
Although she didn't win, she has proved she is amongst
the world's rest and we're pretty sure this won't be the last
we see of Johanna Konta.
So disappointment, but there's plenty more
action here at Wimbledon - later today is the men's
semi-finals and I'll be right back here at 8.15am.
This is a vital time for butterflies according to nature expert
Sir David Attenborough.
Scientists say there are fewer and fewer of some
of the UK's most common types.
But the good news is 2017 looks like bieng a good year
But the good news is 2017 looks like being a good year
and Mr Attenborough wants people to help the group Butterfly
Conservation by taking part in a big butterfly count this summer.
Next up, she's big, blue and a bit boney.
The Natural History Museum in London has a new star resident.
Jenny's been investigating.
You might have spotted him on a school trip.
The diplodicus has been the rock star of the Natural History Museum
for nearly 40 years.
But, now, it's out with old and in with the blue.
Meet Hope, the Balaenoptera musculus, better known
as a blue whale.
It's the largest animal on Earth.
Weighing up to 200 tonnes, that's almost 30 African elephants.
And measuring in at a lengthy 30 metres, or two double-decker
buses, if you prefer.
The lower jawbone is the largest single bone to be grown by any
organism on the planet.
And they can live to well over 100 years.
That's a whaley long time.
Blue whales were hunted almost to extinction in the 1900s.
But were also one of the first species humans decided to save.
So, by introducing Hope, the museum once visitors to think
more about protecting animals, not just their history.
Look at the size of the space.
We wanted to have something large and impressive and hopefully
Hope is that for us.
She will inspire people and she is gorgeous.
It's taken the team months to put together Hope's 221 bones.
They had to use special technology like 3-D printing
and work with teams of engineers and conservationists.
But, don't worry if you missed Dippy, he's set for his first-ever
UK tour to visit the fans early next year.
It's the Royal International Air Tattoo this weekend,
which marks the 70th anniversary of the United States Air Force.
And take a look at this - this is what it's like to fly
inside one of the famous Red Arrows planes.
They and their American counterparts, the Thunderbirds,
have been getting some practise in ahead of their big show.
Football now, and Wayne Rooney has already made a bit of an impact
at his hometown club.
He only re-signed for Everton on Sunday but has already
scored his first goal - this brilliant long range
effort on his debut during their pre-season
tour of Tanzania.
That's all from me, Newsround's back right here in about half an hour.
Don't forget to check out the website for all the rest
It's Friday and we are only moments away from brand-new Matilda
And The Ramsey Bunch and it's the sporting event of the summer.