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Imagine a future where humans terraform Mars. How would we grow the plant life there? What would bee the solution? The TERRA-FB 1 spaceship mech!
Click the support button on the right to vote for this to become a real LEGO set!
If we reach 10,000 supporters, LEGO will review the project.
- This set includes 267 pieces.
- Spaceship mech features posable antennae, legs and wings.
- Cockpit opens and has a computer screen and pilot seat.
- Each side of the spaceship mech has a water spout and a connectable water element.
- Open the hidden compartment in the back to reveal the 4 seed cannons!
- Use the water pieces on the surface of Mars and make the plant sprout.
While the bees bring new life over great distances on Earth, the TERRA-FB 1 will bring new life to other worlds.
Watch an animation of the TERRA-FB 1 in action here: https://twitter.com/buggyirk/status/968695539372933120
I have built this model in real life to test it's stability and playability.
I originally created this project for the contest "LEGO Moments in Space". I am submitting it here because of the positive feedback it received from the LEGO community. When I came up with this Idea, I thought a bee spaceship would be cute and cool looking. The concept of terraforming Mars was incorporated due to how involved bees are in the pollination of plant life on Earth.
I believe this would make a great LEGO set because of it's unique design, playability, affordability and educational subject matter. This set would be in the price range of $20 to $30 USD because of the low part count and the fact that it's not based on an existing intellectual property.
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