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[i]Mastramico thought kids should be able to buy a SLS to put together, so he submitted his idea to make his design an official LEGO set.
"If enough people vote for it and support it, it actually can become a set sold at the stores, like Toys R Us, the Space and Rocket Center, anywhere like that," Mastramico said.
Mastramico hopes that his design could be something that ends up inspiring young aspiring engineers like he once was, or at least, could supplement the inspiration that comes from working on the most powerful rocket since the Saturn V from the Apollo era.[/i]
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