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Fascinating Facts about the ISS

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Space Shuttle Building Guide

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Sketch models

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Working and living in space

This is the LEGO models shown in the videos
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LEGO ISS Activity

Satoshi Furukawa with the LEGO Brick Kit aboard the ISS
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BrickFair 2011 in Washington

BrickFair 2011 near Washington, DC is an annual gathering of thousands of LEGO fans of all ages. The 2011 theme was "NASA," which inspired many future (and current) design-and-builders to build aeronautics- or space-themed "MOC's" (My Own Creation).
Image credit: NASA/Maria Werries
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LEGO® Minifigures on a mission

Three LEGO® Minifigures left on the Juno deep-space probe on a five-year mission to Jupiter to broaden awareness of the importance of planetary research.

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LEGO® MINDSTORMS®

Testing of LEGO MINDSTORMS model on the Microgravity Plane
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Build the Future

Students, teachers and parents participate in the LEGO/NASA ‘Build the Future’ event at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, during pre-launch activities for the final shuttle launch, STS-135 Atlantis.
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STS-135 Atlantis

The final shuttle launch.
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STS-134 Endeavour

Endeavour was carrying thirteen LEGO sets to the International Space Station.
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Build the Future!

We had a group of children (of all ages!) come by and build the future for us - have a look at the interesting things they have shown us!
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LEGO® & NASA

The collaboration between LEGO and NASA brings great excitement to children big and small, interested in Aeronautics and Space travel.
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STS-133 - Pre-Launch

Before the Launch of any mission to space, massive amounts of preperation takes place - have a look at some of the images taken before the launch of the STS-133 Shuttle Mission.

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