Lego bricks are made from 4.5 billion year old meteorite dust

user The meteorite is about 4.5 billion years old, and was discovered in Africa in 2000. Technically classified as an L3-6 cleft stone, it contains a variety of elements, including large mineral grains, inclusions, chondrules, and other components of stony meteorites.

By the way, he explains that The ESA space bricks will now be on display at LEGO Stores in the US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Denmark, Spain and Australia, as well as at the LEGO House in Billund, Denmark.. The goal of this exhibition is to inspire future builders and show how building with LEGO bricks can help address challenges beyond Earth’s atmosphere.

Daniel Meehan, Creative Director, The LEGO Group, In turn, he emphasized the impact of LEGO bricks on the real world, going beyond creative play. He pointed out that thanks to “cosmic constellations”, the fascination with space and the discovery of new planets, stars and galaxies has become eternal and inspires subsequent generations.


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