LEGO is looking for the next exclusive LEGO Gift with Purchase set, for their LEGO Stores, LEGOLAND, LEGOLAND Discovery Centres as well as Shop.LEGO.com.
Now is your opportunity to vote on your favourite Moments in Space entries. Take a moment to review all submissions and vote on the entries you think are best.
The small and mid-sized space designs in this contest may get the opportunity to be adapted into a Gift with Purchase set in 2019!
There are seven day's left for the Crowd Vote phase. Voting closes at February 19, 2018 at 6:00 a.m. EST. Here is a time zone convertor to help you.
Read on to see the ten submissions that I really like.
You go out for a quiet drive in your flying saucer, miss one little meteor, and the next thing you know you've crashed on a planet called Earth . . .
Are we alone in this Universe or have aliens been visiting us?
This little one-man lander allows a minifig to land safely on the surface, plant a flag, and get back to the Command Shuttle in time for supper.
Now you can see a top secret view about the new mission. I can´t betray too much, but you have a look about the new special mars mission in 2020.
A very retro submission.
Through the clouds to the stars! The inspiration for this 300 bricks vignette came from a classic rocket wooden toy of Barneius's kids.
Humans have been peeking into deep space with massive radio antennas for about a century.
Representing a Very Large Array radio telescope on such a small scale was a challenge and hopefully it is visually entertaining.
Every outer space colony needs a place to grow their food.
For the Mars colony, it's this little greenhouse, where the spaceman loves to spend his time growing vegetables and flowers.
MartinOt thought it would be cool to have a set with tiny Earth, and some iconic space crafts orbiting around it.
There is also a miniature moon. Everything can spin on a transparent stand.
The crew make their final preparations for launch as the audience waits excitedly.
This model includes the launch tower, ship transporter, the rocket, and the countdown clock with a mini audience.
This micro spaceship is based on the 1980s classic space colour of grey and blue, with the mix of old and new pieces.
The hangar bay has a classic space logo and rotation platform.
Inspired by the Lego Classic Buildable Ruler - Graupensuppe's foldable ruler meets the 16 stud size limit.
The ruler tries to give a sense of scale to the solar system.
So there you have it. Take a moment to review all submissions and vote on the entries you think are the best LEGO Moments in Space vignette. Consider leaving a comment on your favourite submissions as well.