Statistically, the odds of becoming an astronaut is like 1/100,000. Granted, the odds may increase once space travel is open up in future, but that will be likely reserved for the super rich. So, for everyone else who look into the night sky and continue their dream, your best bet is to pick up the LEGO Ideas 21321 International Space Station and other space-related collectibles.
In the case of the LEGO Ideas 21321 International Space Station, it will only cost a fraction of a commercial space flight and you can claim that you have “built” the every space nerd’s dream home in space, the ISS. Speaking of cost, the set will cost just $69.99 when it becomes in February 1.
For the price, it looks exceedingly impressive. I mean, LEGO Ideas’ supporters don’t just go around throwing their one precious vote for any old how set, right? It may packs just 864 pieces, but man, it looks suitably detailed. Love the orange accents and kudos to the detailed array of solar panels.
Also includes is a brick-built NASA space shuttle along with three mini cargo spacecrafts and a pair of astronaut microfigures.
LEGO Ideas 21321 International Space Station measures over 7 inches tall, 12 inches long and 19 inches wide (20 x 31 x 49 centimeters) when built and it comes with a display stand plus a 148-page illustrated instruction booklet that packs facts and information on the ISS.
Like the LEGO NASA Apollo Saturn V and LEGO Creator Expert 10266 NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander, the LEGO Ideas 21321 International Space Station is a must have any space nerd whether or not they are a fan of LEGO.
All images courtesy of LEGO System A/S.