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LEGO Space: Building the Future
by Peter Reid and Tim Goddard
Come explore an incredible LEGO universe in LEGO Space: Building the Future. Spaceships, orbital outposts, and new worlds come to life in this unique vision of the future, built completely from LEGO bricks.

A selection of step-by-step building instructions will have you constructing your own cosmic creations to play with at home. Marvel at interstellar battlecruisers, space pirates, charming robots, and other stunning builds from an amazing future!

  • Hardcover: 216 pages
  • Publisher: No Starch Press (October 22, 2013)
  • ISBN-10: 1593275218
  • ISBN-13: 978-1593275211

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Wired has a preview:
There’s no denying that two of the greatest things humankind has done is go to space and invent Legos. Therefore, combining these two passions can only yield something amazing.

And that’s exactly what has come from two brick-based artists named Peter Reid and Tim Goddard in a book called LEGO Space: Building the Future. In it, they beautifully render important scenes from the last half-century of spaceflight. Their Lego recreations show the launch of Sputnik, Neil Armstrong’s footprints on the moon, and incredible robotic missions such as Voyager and Curiosity, seen roaming through a tiny Martian sandpit...

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