It’s day five here for us as we continue with STEM Moon Shot at the Museum of Flight in Seattle.
The first stage of the rocket is nearly complete, and all our wonderful volunteers are powering through the sections with all the young people that have signed up for the event!
The amount of young people coming through and asking such inquisitive questions is quite astounding, everyone seems fascinated by the scale of the project and they can then relate this to the mammoth task that the Apollo Project was trying to achieve.
As I write this, Scott has just placed the second section on to the Rocket, giving it some impressive height, and we aren’t even halfway yet!! We are still motoring on, and the sections are being built thick and fast now, and I cannot stress enough how awesome everyone here at The Museum of Flight has been including all the Volunteers from MoF and Boeing, and all the members of Seattle Lego Users Group!!
If you have been down and got involved with the build, thank you, and don’t forget to tag your pictures with #StemMoonShot and #IdeaBrickWorks
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