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The Hubble Space Telescope 


It has been too long since we featured a project from Cuusoo, mainly as it’s been too busy but also as we have a few views we aim to share with you about the crowd sourcing project. Anyway news is quiet and with the Nasa’s Maven Mars mission set for launch I thought it would be worth featuring a NASA related project.

I have picked the famous Hubble Space Telescope, the project is by GRusso who has done other Cuusoo projects such as the 1st BTTF Train before the guys behind the BTTF project did their own version and took the main stream support. The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) is a space telescope that was carried into orbit by a Space Shuttle in 1990 and remains in operation. A 2.4-metre (7.9 ft) aperture telescope in low Earth orbit, Hubble’s four main instruments observe in the near ultraviolet, visible, and near infrared. The telescope is named after the astronomer Edwin Hubble.

The project has been do digitally and rendered really well and makes the project look outstanding and as we already have had to projects that a spaced based pass review I can see this one doing well if it hits review stage. You can see plenty of photos over on flickr.

If like me you like your Space projects then head over to Cuusoo and vote for it.

About the author: Richard

The name is Richard Hayes and I’m a 33 year old from North Sheffield and founder of Brick Fanatics, I’ve been a LEGO fan since my youth but I did have a number of dark years but since coming out of my dark age I have become very active on the LEGO scene. I am also the LEGO Ambassador for the website. I was a founder of Brickshire LUG and in the past been a member of Brickish. By day I work for LEGO as a Digital Planner.