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Happy New Year everyone! I never thought I’d end up writing about a Lego build, but when I saw the Lego Saturn V rocket kit in my kids’ Lego catalog, I knew that I had to have one. So, I thought it would be fun to do a little video and article in the process. That’s not to mention an afternoon spent building Legos with my son; talk about like the perfect day! This kit seems to sell out rather quickly, and I actually had a couple failed attempts to locate one. However, I was lucky enough to find one just in time for Christmas (it was a Christmas miracle! 😉 )! Lego really does some incredible models these days and my son (the Lego expert in the family) is all about it. Lego didn’t have the licensing deals when I was a kid that they do now and the models that they create these days as a result are just awesome. If you’ve not seen their special edition Millennium Falcon kit, it is their largest and most expensive set ever and it is amazing!
Being an aerospace engineer, I’ve always had a fascination with the Saturn V. It still is the largest and heaviest rocket that has ever been launched into space and it was done in a time where the first computers were only just starting. I remember building an Estes Saturn V kit with a family friend when I was a kid. It used a single D sized motor and had so much mass behind it, it launched much like the real thing off the launch pad.