Later this week, NASA will launch the first integrated test of the Orion spacecraft. This is the first planned uncrewed test flight in the Artemis program which is designed to eventually land humans on the Moon again and in the future, human exploration of Mars. NASA and the LEGO Group have a long history of working together. The latest results of that partnership are a selection of LEGO City sets inspired by the Artemis mission. Through LEGO Education, a group of space-faring LEGO Minifigures will actually be on board the rocket blasting off from the Kennedy Space Center. Launch – Artemis I blasts off later this week- watch the live launch here. Build – LEGO City Artemis I-inspired sets, available now from LEGO stores, LEGO.com and selected LEGO retailers.
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