Published: Thu, January 23, 2020
Sci-tech | By Patricia Wade

The International Space Station is launching into the LEGO universe

The International Space Station is launching into the LEGO universe

The set emerged from a competition that LEGO held past year to mark the 10th anniversary of its ideas program, in which fans can submit concepts that the company would like to have produced.

Lego is releasing an World Put of living Residing set. It is supposed to hit stores February 1 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of people' presence aboard the space station.

Once a concept is submitted, it needs 10,000 supporters before it is submitted to the Lego team for consideration.

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With awesome kits like the Saturn V rocket and the Apollo 11 lunar lander, LEGO continues to give space geeks reasons to bust out their wallets.

Measuring over 20cm high, 31cm long and 49cm wide, the station also comes with a 148-page illustrated instruction booklet, packed with interesting facts and information about the International Space Station itself as well as information about the LEGO fan who created the original design for the set. The company has announced that it will launch an International Space Station (ISS) on February 1. A movable robotic arm mimics the ISS's Canadarm, and the set additionally aspects capsules, modules, docks for shuttles and spacecrafts, and catch entry to hatches for Lego astronauts. Over the next two years, the Unity and Zvezda modules were added. Since then, the station has hosted a continuous human presence despite a few close calls that nearly left it vacant for a period.

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