Lego Apollo Spacecraft





Introduction: Lego Apollo Spacecraft

About: I AM THE LOVER OF ALL LEGO SPACE SETS! Yes, I'll admit, I am sort of obsessed with spacey stuff. It runs in the family, I guess. My dad is a former NASA engineer. Anywho, if you would like to do me a favor.....

This is modeled after the Apollo 10 (or 11, I cannot remember) spacecraft that was used to put the first man on the moon.

Step 1: The Pieces!!!

So first, you have the log-like pieces (black and white ones). You'll need 2 or 3 black ones and 8 or 9 white ones.

Step 2: More Pieces!!!

Here you have the large missile head and the small missile head. These are probably the most important pieces but pretty hard to find. You'll need 5 small ones and 1 large one.

Step 3: Even More Pieces!!!!

Then there's this little pain... The first stage rocket. You'll need just one of these (thankfully). Then, you have the flat log piece. This is a little harder to find, but not terrible. You'll need 4 of these.

Step 4: One More Piece!!!!

OK, here's the last one... THE CLUB. this is probably the easiest to find. You'll need 1 of these

Step 5: Use Your Imagination!!

Use your imagination to put this together. This set is not very hard to put together at all.


Happy Building!



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    6 Discussions

    What a great rocket! I'd love to see how you made the rest of it.

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    Thx, what do you mean by "the rest of it?"

    I was just meaning how you assembled your pieces. The finished project looks great!

    sry, this is my first instructable, so I'm a little absent minded:) I just made a new one. This time it is a lego satellite (instructions are included)! You should check it out!

    Your other instructable is great. It looks like it was even featured! Thanks for the information, keep up the great work!

    1: set up 4 small missile heads.

    2: attach the piece with the fins on top of the missile heads.

    3: attach the log-like pieces on top of each other.

    4: attach the large missile head on top of the structure.

    5: then a small missile head on top of the large one.

    6: and then the club.