NASA's SLS & Artemis
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- Four RS-25 engines.
- External fuel line.
- Two solid boosters.
- Launch vehicle stage adaptor.
- 1,953 bricks and 30 decals.
- Diameter: 10 studs, 8 cm or 3.14 inches.
- Rocket & Boosters width: 19 studs, 15.2 cm or 2.04 inches.
- Height: 126 studs, 100.8 cm or 39.68 inches.
- Crew module.
- Service module - with collapsed and extended solar arrays.
- Launch abort system.
- Interim Cryogenic Propulsion Stage.
- 71 bricks and 19 decals.
- Diameter: 4 studs, 3.2 cm or 1.25 inches.
- Height: 15 studs, 12 cm or 4.72 inches.
- Wingspan: 15 studs, 12 cm or 4.72 inches.
- Displays SLS ready for launch at Kennedy Space Center’s Pad 39B.
- 222 bricks.
- Width: 24 studs, 19.2 cm or 7.55 inches.
- Length: 28 studs, 22.4 cm or 8.81 inches.
- Height: 10 studs, 8 cm or 3.14 inches.
This collaborative project was created by Saturn V co-designer Valerie Roche (Whatsuptoday) and her SpaceX Collection/ Starship & New Glenn Co-Designer Matthew Nolan, along with co-designer of SpaceX Starship Marcie Nolan.