LEGO City Space summer 2019 official images

New images and product information for the LEGO City Space subtheme has been shared by the LEGO Group.

The LEGO Group continues to celebrate 50 years of NASA in LEGO City, with a new subtheme focused on Space. While images of these new sets have already been released, this batch includes built images which are accompanied by product descriptions that the LEGO Group has provided. Fans will be able to own these new releases from June 1, unless they are based in the USA – in which case the release date is June 23.

In the USA, 60230 People Pack – Space Research and Development will be exclusive to Target and shop.LEGO.com.

60224 Satellite Service Mission
84 pieces, $9.99

Give young space adventurers a treat with a NASA-inspired exploration shuttle and satellite set. This exciting LEGO City 60224 Satellite Service Mission spaceship toy features a shuttle with opening minifigure cockpit and room in the back for the satellite, plus a satellite with opening solar panels, Extra Vehicular Activity suit with golden visor, wrench and an astronaut minifigure.

60225 Rover Testing Drive
202 pieces, $29.99

Give young space adventurers a treat with a NASA-inspired rover set. This fun LEGO City 60225 Rover Testing Drive kids’ toy features a rover with removable cockpit, new-for-June-2019 articulated grappling arm and removable solar panel generator. This space toy for kids also includes 2 new-for-June-2019 geodes, a laptop, video camera, remote control, rock drill and a helmet with visor. Give any LEGO builder an amazing building experience with Instructions PLUS, available in the LEGO Life app for smartphones and tablets. The easy-to-use, intuitive building instructions let them zoom, rotate and visualize their creation using the special ghost mode as they go. Instructions PLUS is also great for younger builders, guiding them through the building process for a greater sense of independence and achievement. This great space building set for kids also includes 2 minifigures.

60226 Mars Research Shuttle
273 pieces, $39.99

Give young space adventurers a treat with a NASA-inspired research shuttle and rover toy set. This cool LEGO City 60226 Mars Research Shuttle playset features a space shuttle toy with opening cockpit, 2 opening cargo doors and space inside for the storage drone, rover with new-for-June-2019 articulated grappling arm, laser and tilting solar panels, storage drone with opening compartment and a helidrone with spinning rotor blade and scanner, plus a Mars scenery build with secret symbol. Give any LEGO builder an amazing building experience with Instructions PLUS, available in the LEGO Life app for smartphones and tablets. The easy-to-use, intuitive building instructions let them zoom, rotate and visualize their creation using the special ghost mode as they go. Instructions PLUS is also great for younger builders, guiding them through the building process for a greater sense of independence and achievement. This exciting exploration playset also includes 2 astronaut minifigures.

60227 Lunar Space Station
412 pieces, $59.99

Give young space adventurers a treat with a NASA-inspired modular space station toy. This detailed LEGO City 60227 Lunar Space Station toy set features 3 detachable, modular compartments that can be customized and rearranged however you like. There’s a kitchen module, living module for sleeping and training and a lab module with light brick, central airlock compartment, detachable satellite and detachable shuttle with opening cockpit and storage space, plus 4 minifigures and a robot figure.

60228 Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control
837 pieces, $99.99

Give young space adventurers a treat with a NASA-inspired toy rocket launch set. This awesome LEGO City 60228 Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control kids’ toy features a modular, multi-stage rocket with cockpit, booster and payload storage modules, and a monorail system with stops at the rocket, research area with geode retrieval training and launch control tower. There’s also a launchpad with opening tower arms, rover with articulated, new-for-June-2019 grappling arm and launch control tower with detachable window section, fold-out function and a countdown function.

Kids can use a mobile device as a screen for interactive play opportunities with the City Explorers app. Give any LEGO builder an amazing building experience with Instructions PLUS, available in the LEGO Life app for smartphones and tablets. The easy-to-use, intuitive building instructions let them zoom, rotate and visualize their creation using the special ghost mode as they go. Instructions PLUS is also great for younger builders, guiding them through the building process for a greater sense of independence and achievement. This kids’ toy includes 6 minifigures and a robot figure with scanner.

60229 Rocket Assembly & Transport
1055 pieces, $149.99

Give young space adventurers a treat with a NASA-inspired rocket launch set, which is great for independent play. This incredible LEGO City 60229 Rocket Assembly & Transport kids’ toy features a large multi-stage rocket with opening 2-minifigure cockpit and rover payload module, launch control room with rotating satellite dish and a rocket assembly crane with winch. There’s a rover lab with rotating arm tool, opening doors and raising platform, plus a large crawler with track wheels and a tilting launch pad, truck with articulated, new-for-June-2019 grappling arm and flatbed, and a rover with extending arm and drill. This cool construction toy also includes a ground build with 2 new-for-June-2019 geodes and a light pole, 7 minifigures and a robot figure.

60230 People Pack – Space Research and Development
209 pieces, $39.99

Give young space adventurers a treat with a NASA-inspired set full of minifigures and space-related kids’ toys. This cool LEGO City 60230 People Pack – Space Research & Development construction toy includes a bunch of new minifigures in different jobs relating to space travel and exploration. This set also features a spinning G-force astronaut training machine with two seats, treadmill, rocky ground scene, drone with spinning rotor, plant growing pod, robot stand, computer stand and a test rocket with stand, plus 14 minifigures and a robot figure.

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