LEGO Ideas of the Week: Moon Landing-Apollo 11

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LEGO Ideas of the Week: Moon Landing-Apollo 11

45 years ago (Yesterday,20/07/14) was the day of the Apollo 11 mission to land on Luna surface,The Moon.Neil Armstrong`s famous moon quote “One Small Step For Man Kind”,Children,Teenagers as well as Adults can re-enact the 1969 July 20th massive worldwide event.The build in the picture took around 2-3 weeks for building techniques.The “Moon” was just a grey blanket made similar to the Luna ground.This set will include the Brick-Built version of the “Eagle” also known as the “Luna Lander”,Neil Armstrong with his unique printed face and a removable helmet and a clip on chrome gold visor,Buzz Aldrin also with his unique printed face and a removable helmet and a clip on chrome gold visor and last but not final…Michael Collins,Again with his unique printed face and a removable helmet and a clip on chrome gold visor. This is a little description from a NASA site.

“Man first walked on the Moon way back in 1969,July 20th,When American Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin opened the hatch to the Apollo 11 Lunar Module Eagle,climbed down the ladder and set foot on the surface-marking mankind`s greatest achievement.They came in piece for all of mankind!”

The piece count for my build was 247 pieces not including the Minifigure (Armstrong) in the picture,or even the United States Of America flag.

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  1. Taylor Stevenson July 29, 2014

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