Lego NASA’s Space Shuttle Discovery Game With Hubble Is A Space Geek’s Dream (Review)


I’m a millennial who wasn’t even born when the space shuttle first flew, but as a child in the early 1980s I was fortunate to continue many of its missions until NASA retired the fleet in 2011.

Naturally, as a Canadian away from the launch pad in Florida, I saw him fly for the first time on television. But I dreamed of seeing a pitch (literally, as I remember having a fun dream that involved running nearby in a golf cart); I finally got a chance to see three releases in 2009 to 2010 (including Discovery), after graduating from college and landing a part-time job during the last recession that allowed me to travel, albeit counting pennies as I did so. I was lucky because the show was retired a decade ago, on July 21, 2011.

Discovery of NASA’s Space Shuttle Lego. $ 199 at Lego.com.
Build your own Hubble Space Telescope Launch with NASA’s 2,354-piece Lego Space Shuttle Discovery Set.

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