#AlreadyTomorrowInHongKong #HongKongSpaceMuseum #香港太空館 #香港 #DiscoverHongKong | celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the #Apollo11 #MoonLanding that happen on 20th July 1969 #SpaceExhibition …..

Hong Kong Space Museum – Tsim Shan Tsui.


In Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong after a short two year duration of renovations at the Hong Kong Space Museum located in at 10 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong in which leading up towards two hundred exhibits from One Hundred in which consisting on Thirty two million Hong Kong Dollars (USD 4.1 Million- NZD 8.2 Million) in which re-open on 25th April 2018… in which the displays are made more interactive than the ones that was previously exhibited in which gives the visitors more an understanding about space sciences, Astronomy with more interactive, animated exhibits …

“That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” – The Late Astronaut Neil Armstrong


In which current on 27th June 2019, The Asia world city Hong Kong Space Museum’s lobby foyer in which under gone with some renovations of a pop up exhibition in which partition  behind panel wall of construction in which they now revealed today on 3rd July towards 2nd September 2019..  this morning in celebrating the 5oth year anniversary of the Old School original NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration first landing on the Moon on 20th July 1969, on the Sea of Tranquillity…. In Chinese’s stories it’s the Jade Rabbit cute bunny head that they landed in between her ears… Apond landing with only a second remaining of landing fuel left.. In making a very difficult landing of the Lunar Lander- Lunar command Module –Eagle.. With first stepping on the moon the late Astronaut Neil Armstrong following by the Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, in which his name wise inspired the character space patrol officer toy Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story series…  As Eagle landed in between her, jade rabbit ears – Tranquillity… while the third Astronaut Michael Collins stayed in the awaiting for them in the Command Module Columbia in doing experiments waiting for them…

The Apollo Mission in which previously termed the Constellation mission as it rebranded to Apollo in which honouring the perish three Astronauts of Apollo, Apollo One in which they perish under a flash fire fuel by a rich pure oxygen cabin environment.. in which taking form learnt lessons it now a Nitrogen Oxygen mixture..

The Hong Kong Space Museum, in collaboration with the LEGO Hong Kong LTD, in company with the Leisure and Cultural Services Department .. Featuring extreme large LEGO Spacecraft, Rockets, EVA suits, also among the exhibits is the history of the mission towards the Moon, also an LEGO Hong Kong Saturn V Carrier Rocket built out of Lego bricks, along the exhibition is photography of the mission, models with interactive exhibits in going behind the many introductory aspects of sciences   of going towards the moon….

#LEGO #LEGOHongKong #樂高 #樂高香港 #香港 | #Apollo11 #LunarLander Eagle- created by #LegoDesigner #LegoCreator veteran architect #LarsJoe …. Celebrating the Anniversary of that day 20th July 1969….


On 20th July 1969 it was the most anticipated landing watched that set the cold war in between the CCCP- USSR –Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – with the United States… In which back then it was a different NASA but original…. unlike today’s NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration which is run by a disruptive administration …..  On that day on twentieth of July in which two American Astronauts set foot on the moon that representing humanity for the first time, not representing America, but representing as scientific ambassadors representatives of planet Earth……. In which Astronaut the late Neil Armstrong set that first footing as he and Buzz Aldrin the second to set foot on the almost made it landing after exhausting all lunar lander module Eagle’s landing fuel..  Force drifting landing on the sea of Tranquillity… in which is in between the ears of the Jade Rabbit in which they landing on the Jade Rabbit’s head…    as overhead their fellow Astronaut witness from above orbiting around the moon awaiting for their return on Apollo Command Module- Columbia Astronaut Michael Collins ….

In leading up towards that Anniversary Lego has recreated a newer larger version for that 50th year anniversary in which it was built from the ground up…. As Lego Designer also veteran architect Lars Joe, in which he’s been working on the Lego lunar lander  in which is designed in three pieces in which comes in three parts the lunar Command module, the Lunar lander in which the lander has four legs, with movable parts to simulate a landing in progress.. With gold foil bricks in which are housing to protect sensitive delicate instruments from the extreme harsh environments of space, also the lunar surface… among the surroundings of the lander it has movable hatches in which retracted outwardly for instruments…..

One of the third parts is the lunar surface which has foot prints, when designing the Lunar Module lander; it’s built with the original look, with in collaboration with NASA in providing the necessary details in building the lunar set… to make the display extremely detail… in which a previous model was the revised Saturn V rocket..  In which makes great companion towards an Apollo Collection…

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