Looks Like Lego's International Space Station Set Arrives on 1st February

By Tom Pritchard on at

Last May Lego Ideas announced that one of its rejected designs would make it to shop shelves to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the brand, and a month later it was revealed fans wanted that set to be the International Space Station. It was promised that the set would be availableĀ in 2020, and now we know exactly when.

A flyer for the Nuremburg Lego Store has revealed our first look at the set, alongside a 1st February release date. For those that don't speak German, the flyer also advertises that local fans will be able to pick it up the night before with the opportunity to have their set signed by the fan designer who submitted the project all those years ago.

As you can see the ISS set also comes with a miniature version of the now-defunct space shuttle, what is assumed to be a Soyuz capsule, and a satellite to float alongside it. I'm hoping it comes with some sort of stand too, because otherwise this is going to be a nightmare to display properly.

No word on the price or piece count as of yet, but we should get that information in the next couple of weeks. [Brickset]