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LEGO Teams Up With NASA To Create 864-Piece International Space Station Set

LEGO Teams Up With NASA To Create 864-Piece International Space Station Set

Unless you're stepping on little bricks littered around a room, LEGO is a lot of fun. Now the company has teamed up with another legendary agency for a truly outrageous set.

LEGO has joined forces with NASA to create an International Space Station set, which has hundreds upon hundreds of pieces.

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If we're being specific, there are a whopping 864 pieces inside the box.

Credit: LEGO
Credit: LEGO
Credit: LEGO
Credit: LEGO

LEGO said in a statement: "Build and display this spectacular LEGO Ideas International Space Station (ISS).

"Packed with authentic ISS details, including a posable Canadarm2 and two rotating joints that coincide with eight adjustable 'solar panels,' this 864-piece set is a wonderful gift idea for space enthusiasts, adult LEGO fans or any experienced builder."

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This would be perfect for any space enthusiast who wants a piece of human-mechanical history in their LEGO room. It'll cost you just $99, so it won't break the bank.

But if you thought that sticking 864 pieces together to create a set sounds difficult, wait until you see what the company did when it released a Batmobile.

Credit: LEGO
Credit: LEGO
Credit: LEGO
Credit: LEGO

You could spend hours or even days getting every tiny little brick together to create one of cinema's most iconic cars, with a casual 3,306 pieces in the box.

In the set, you'll also receive three figurines, Batman, the Joker and Vicki Vale; all characters from the 1989 movie starring Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson and Kim Basinger.

It's to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the incredible film.

It'll set you back $399.99 though, so make sure you or a loved one really likes Batman before buying this bad boy.

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