LEGO Releases 864-Piece International Space Station Set That’s Out of This World

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On February 1, LEGO launched a new Expert Creator that’s on a mission to explore outer space. Comprised of 864 pieces, the International Space Station set is equipped with a robotic arm for satellite deployment, a miniature dock, and two astronauts ready to traverse the built-in spacewalk. It also has eight movable solar panels, three cargo spacecrafts, and booklet detailing the history of the design. Fully built, the realistic model stands more than 7 inches high, 12 inches long, and 19 inches wide.

Christoph Ruge designed the kit as part of a proposal for the 10th anniversary of the iconic brand’s ideas program, which has released a variety of sets with themes like dinosaur fossils and The Flintstones. Get your own miniature spacecraft on LEGO’s site, and see if you can put it together in the 92 minutes it takes the real model to orbit the earth. (via designboom)

LEGO Releases 864-Piece International Space Station Set That’s Out of This World

LEGO Releases 864-Piece International Space Station Set That’s Out of This World

LEGO Releases 864-Piece International Space Station Set That’s Out of This World

LEGO Releases 864-Piece International Space Station Set That’s Out of This World

LEGO Releases 864-Piece International Space Station Set That’s Out of This World

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