Astronauts Build ISS out of LEGO

It took more than 200 astronauts from 12 countries more than a dozen years to build the International Space Station (ISS). Satoshi Furukawa, an astronaut from Japan, matched that feat in just about two hours — and he did it all while aboard the orbiting outpost itself.

It helped that his space station was made out of LEGO.

“It was a great opportunity for me to have built the LEGO space station,” Furukawa, a Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) flight engineer, told collectSPACE.com in an interview after he returned to Earth. “I enjoyed building it.”

Maybe Furukawa shuold get in touch with Milluzi Labs and see if the LEGO® Space Shuttle can dock?

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