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Lego Space Shuttle Discovery with Hubble

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To our members living in Germany:
I am looking forward to the critical review by Thomas Panke aka "Held der Steine".
"Welt seit mir gegrüßt… Schaut mal, was ich heute für Euch mitgebracht habe. Ich freu mich drauf... Die Abenteuer der Rückseite...
NICHTS, wovor man sich fürchten müsste!“ ;):p
 

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It should go well with their ISS set. I'm really tempted to buy the ISS set since I worked on it.
 

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My son who's a Legonut (and has the Saturn V on his shelf), tells me the shuttle is in 1/70 scale. The Saturn V is 1/110 scale which I think is what the ISS is. Correction, a quick check and the ISS is 1/42,5 scale ( What is said in one article) but in another it said it's 1/225 scale
 
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My son who's a Legonut (and has the Saturn V on his shelf), tells me the shuttle is in 1/70 scale. The Saturn V is 1/110 scale which I think is what the ISS is. Correction, a quick check and the ISS is 1/42,5 scale ( What is said in one article) but in another it said it's 1/225 scale

I've got both Saturn V and ISS, and the ISS is definitely more like 1:225. A lot of the small vehicles in the ISS kit are out of scale, including the Shuttle.
 

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