If you’re looking to inspire those STEAM skills this summer, look no further. Mini master builders get ready to blast off for fun with new NASA-inspired LEGO sets.

With seven new space exploring LEGO sets, there is plenty of building and playing excitement to keep kids busy over the break. To ensure that the sets captured the details of real NASA rockets and equipment, LEGO designers made frequent visits to Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas and Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida to study the real life counterparts. Here’s a peek at all the new sets.

Satellite Service Mission

$9.99

Rover Testing Drive

$29.99

Mars Research Shuttle

$39.99

Lunar Space Station

$59.99

Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control

$99.99

Rocket Assembly and Transport

$149.99

People Pack – Space Research and Development

$39.99

All of the sets will be available in stores and online starting Jun. 23. In celebration of these new space-themed sets LEGO stores across the United States will be hosting Build & Play Spaceship games Jun. 3-30 and Build & Display prompts related to Mars exploration during the month of July. Check out your local store for more details.

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All photos: Courtesy of LEGO

 

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