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Space Enthusiasts Should Love To Get Their Hands On This One…

If you love collecting space-themed products, especially the latest LEGO Ideas Women of NASA 21312 set, then you should be interested in this LEGO replica of the International Space Station (by AFOL XCLD).

 

International Space Station by AFOL XCLD - Image #01

 

This build is constructed from approximately 850 LEGO pieces (the station consists of approximately 650 LEGO pieces, the shuttle approximately 50 LEGO pieces, and the support approximately 150 LEGO pieces), and what we like about it is that, from the images that AFOL XCLD has provided, it looks very much like the real International Space Station. Also, this LEGO replica is built to fit in scale to the Space Shuttle included in the Women of NASA set.

According to the description in the LEGO Ideas website (provided by XCLD), this build features 2 Soyuz capsules and 2 progress capsules. Additionally, all solar panes and the big cooling radiators are turnable in all directions.

Check out more images of this build below:

 

International Space Station by AFOL XCLD - Image #02

 

International Space Station by AFOL XCLD - Image #03

 

International Space Station by AFOL XCLD - Image #04

 

International Space Station by AFOL XCLD - Image #05

 

International Space Station by AFOL XCLD - Image #06

 

International Space Station by AFOL XCLD - Image #07

 

International Space Station by AFOL XCLD - Image #08

 

Show Your Support for XCLD’s International Space Station Build On The LEGO Ideas Website

What are your thoughts about XCLD’s LEGO replica of the International Space Station? Would you like to see it being produced as an official LEGO Ideas set (just like the Women of NASA submission, which eventually made its way to the LEGO shelves)?

If you do, then be sure to show your support by voting for XCLD’s build in the LEGO Ideas website below:

Click here to vote for XCLD’s LEGO replica of the International Space Station build in the LEGO Ideas website… >>