Video: International Space Station Astronaut Builds Lego ISS Inside The ISS
Feb 28, 2012 13:16
International Space Station astronaut Satoshi Furukawa built a Lego model of the International Space Station, inside the International Space Station. That's a lot of free time for an astronaut up there!
It took Furukawa two hours to build the station in zero gravity. He built it using a glovebox containment enclosure making sure that no pieces could escape or get lost in the ISS.
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