Space Shuttle Expedition Lego Set

Lego Space Shuttle Expedition

The Space Shuttle era is over, with Space Shuttle Atlantis due to land in less than one hour from the final mission. However, the legacy lives on in a new Space Shuttle set from our favorite building block maker: the Lego Space Shuttle Expedition #10231. It is a great set for building, playing, or displaying, as it is a detailed and realistic looking replica of this famous space vehicle. It is a large set, with 1230 pieces and the completed Expedition stands at 17.5″ tall and 10″ wide.

This Lego Space Shuttle Expedition set comes with many details including 3 minifigures (1 male astronaut, 1 female astronaut, and 1 service crew member), a ground maintenance vehicle, detachable fuel tank and booster rockets, launch pad, and a satellite with unfolding antenna and solar panels.

Lego Space Shuttle Expedition #10231

This detailed and realistic space shuttle is ready to count down and blast off on its next exciting mission into space! You can take off from the launch pad, separate the detachable fuel tank and booster rockets, and deploy the satellite with unfolding antenna and solar cell panels. Shuttle model features realistic engines, retractable landing gear, an opening cockpit with seats for 2 astronauts, opening cargo compartment with a crane that can hold the satellite and a ground maintenance vehicle.

Order the Space Shuttle Expedition Set for $99.99 at Lego Shop.

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4 Responses to “Space Shuttle Expedition Lego Set”

  1. I’m ordering one of these today for my boys. Thanks for sharing it!
    Back in 1995 my husband and I were stopped in horrific traffic in the center of Salt Lake City and didn’t know why. We looked up and RIGHT OVERHEAD flew the Space Shuttle in for a landing. It was breathtaking; A great memory. So long, Shuttle.

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