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Kerbal Space Program - Mun or Bust!

Manufacturer: TheNerd's Junkyard and Model Rockets Co.

The "Mun or Bust!" is one of the most successful rockets available in the catalog. It is capable of not only achieving orbit around your imaginary Kerbin using its lower stage, but also features landing legs in case you want to visit the imaginary Mun with the upper stage! And when your mission is complete, you can safely return to your imaginary space center using the imaginary parachute stowed on board! What could possibly go wrong? We'll even throw in a complementary Ion-powered space probe!

Contains possibility of official set!
Required resources:
- 10,000 supports

LEGO Bricks: 380
Flags: 1
Ion-Powered Space Probe
Minifigures: 1 (Jebidiah Kerman)

Now that all that official stuff's out of the way, thank you for supporting this project (if you haven't, go do that)! This project will be continually updated with things like designs for a Jebidiah minifigure, and much more. Also, make sure you lend your support to the other KSP projects on CUUSOO:
OverTheHill's "Kerbal Space Program"
Auron_Shale's "Kerbal Space Program"


What is Cuusoo?

LEGO Cuusoo is a site where fans can submit their ideas for LEGO products, once a project reaches 10,000 supports it is reviewed by LEGO and has the possibility to become a set.

You'll have to create an account to contribute. Don't worry though, creating an account is easy, you can even use Facebook to log in! Once you've created your account, you can press the "Support" button near the top of this page, and we'll be one step closer to getting this project into the next LEGO review!

But remember, the road to 10,000 supports is a long one and we can only achieve this goal by working together as a community. Make sure to spread the word, tell every fan of the KSP you know to support this project so that we can get a KSP set!

Kerbal minifigures are in the works (I have something special planned), and will hopefully be up shortly. If you have any suggestions or criticism please let me know in the comment section!

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