LEGO Ideas Creation SpaceX Falcon 9 (Saturn V Scale) Approaching 10 000 Supporters

The latest LEGO Ideas project creation that is approaching 10 000 supporters is SpaceX Falcon 9 (Saturn V Scale) by Lego_Aviator. It currently has 9966 supporters. Congrats on achieving this far! Once achieving 10 000 supporters, it will be headed to the LEGO Reviews stage where it would be evaluated to potentially become the next official LEGO Ideas product.

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LEGO Ideas Project Creation Description

Ready to grace your collections in the same scale as the recently released Saturn V set (1:110) is the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket! Falcon 9 is a two-stage rocket designed and manufactured by Elon Musk’s SpaceX for the reliable and safe transport of satellites and the Dragon spacecraft into orbit. Falcon 9 is the first orbital class rocket capable of reflight and is an historic new step in humanities quest to explore the solar system! Re-create your own missions with this feature rich recreation.

Features include:

  • Full stack rocket, including detailed feed lines, landing legs and grid fins.
  • Separable second stage with removable two piece payload fairing.
  • Deployable grid fins and landing legs with removable support struts so you can display your model ready for liftoff or recently returned for re-use!
  • No hidden support base. Landed setup supports its own weight!

Coming Soon:

  • Various satellite payloads, pick your favorite mission!
  • Dragon spacecraft. (Almost complete, waiting on some parts)
  • Satellite and Dragon display stands.
  • Dragon 2 spacecraft planned.
  • Buy 3 and build a Falcon Heavy version. (Digital version in progress)

No Lego rocket collection is complete without the latest in cutting edge rocket development!

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