LEGO City - Mars Research Shuttle - pr_427013
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LEGO City - Mars Research Shuttle

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Includes 2 LEGO City astronaut minifigures. This building set for kids features a space research shuttle with opening cockpit, 2 large opening doors and space inside for the storage drone, plus a NASA-inspired Mars rover with new-for-June-2019 articulated grappling arm, laser and tilting solar panels, storage drone with opening compartment, plus a helidrone with spinning rotor blade and scanner to read a secret symbol discovered on Mars! Accessory elements include a helmet with blue visor, Extra Vehicular Activity suit with golden visor, scanner and 2 new-for-June-2019 geodes with blue crystals. Use the LEGO Life app to access the intuitive Instructions PLUS building instructions. Help even younger builders through the building process, with easy-to-use zoom, rotate and ghost-mode functions to visualize their creations as they go. Download LEGO Life the app at the iOS or Android app store. Ask your parents' permission before going online. This fun construction toy makes a great gift for kids. Research shuttle measures over 9cmhigh, 23cm)long and 21cm wide. Mars rover measures over 5cm high, 7cm long and 6cm wide. Helidrone measures over 4cm long and 3cmwide. Storage drone measures over 3cm high and 3cm long. Mars scenery build measures over 3cm wide.

Product code: 2000054726176

Brand LEGO CITY
LEGO City Space Agency needs you! Join the exciting LEGO brick space mission for kids to planet Mars. Blast off in the shuttle and head to Mars to do some research. Pilot the rover over the surface to recover the geodes, then load them into the storage drone and send it up to the shuttle's cargo bay. Send the helidrone to that interesting patch of ground, what do you see? It's another successful Mars exploration mission! Pssst! Did you know that this playset is inspired by real-life NASA missions? Cool, right!