The new ISS model is based on a concept from Lego fan Christoph Ruge and consists of 864 pieces.
Space enthusiasts can now build their own International Space Station (ISS) without the help of NASA, and using Lego's new model.
The new ISS model is based on a concept from Lego fan Christoph Ruge and consists of 864 pieces, including the space station, and a Lego brick-built NASA space shuttle with three mini cargo spacecraft and two astronaut minifigures, the official release notes.
There's a posable Canadarm2 with rotating joints that coincide with eight adjustable solar panels to replicate the real space station. The new model is part of the company's 10-year celebration of the Lego Ideas Programme. It will be available via Lego's website and stores from February 1, 2020, at USD 69.99.