LEGOs in Space

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LEGO and NASA are partnering on a trip to Jupiter! In fact, three LEGO minifigures will arrive at and orbit Jupiter as part of the Juno Mission starting July 4. And for those of us back here on Earth, we get to create our own space creations out of LEGOs for a chance to win a spot on the LEGO website.

LEGO mini figures visit Jupiter with NASA & give kids back on Earth ways to get involved!

LEGOs in Space

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Get creative with your LEGO bricks to imagine what space would be like. Space topics you might build are:

planets
asteroids
comets
deep space
space shuttles
space rockets
space stations
constellations

Then you must also check out the online activities at LEGO.com/space for ideas, videos, quizzes, fun facts and games. Watch as one astronaut explains how she sleeps. Read facts about Jupiter. And more.

LEGOs in Space

After you’ve used your LEGO bricks to build what your future in space might look like, take a picture and upload to the Mission to Space gallery at LEGO.com/space.

LEGOs in Space

The winning creation will be featured on LEGO site!

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Photography Tips:

  • Put your LEGO creations on a blank sheet of paper against a blank wall.
  • OR use a piece of scrapbook paper as a background.
  • Make sure your photograph is well-lit. Edit your photo for lighting if necessary.

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  1. Die ÖPNV-Karte gefällt mir vom aussehen weiterhin am besten. Ist das ein einmaliges Update oder wird das jetzt wieder reÃlÃme¤gŸig gemacht?

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