Lego’s NASA Space Shuttle Discovery set with Hubble is a space geek’s dream (review)

I am a millennial who wasn’t even born when the house shuttle first flew, however as a child of the early 1980s I used to be fortunate sufficient to comply with a lot of its missions till NASA retired the fleet in 2011.

Naturally, as a Canadian removed from the launching pad in Florida, I first watched it fly on tv. However I dreamed of seeing one launch (actually, as I recall having a enjoyable dream involving working close by in a golf cart); I lastly bought the prospect to see three launches in 2009 to 2010 (together with Discovery), after graduating from college and securing a part-time job over the past recession that allowed me to journey, albeit counting pennies as I did so. I used to be fortunate as a result of this system retired a decade in the past, on July 21, 2011.

Lego NASA Area Shuttle Discovery. $199 at Lego.com.
Construct your personal Hubble Area Telescope launch with Lego’s 2,354- NASA Area Shuttle Discovery set.View Deal

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