The mission of the Brick Space Agency is to showcase all the amazing LEGO space modelsĀ and their creators. Discover, build, and share your own fleet of rockets, launch vehicles, spacecraft, and space stations!

Atlas LV3 Agena-D
By Eiffleman

Standardized Atlas plus Agena D used for a variety of NASA and Air Force programs, including Ranger, Mariner, Midas, and Gambit.

Titan IIIA
By Kevin Huang

Titan III configuration launched four times to test the Titan transtage and later incorporated as the core stage for the Titan IIIC.

Long March 5 (CZ-5)
By SkySaac

Heavy Lift launch vehicle developed by the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology. First to use non-hypergolic liquid fuels. As of 2021 it is the 3rd most powerful launch vehicle.

Atlas LV-3B (Mercury-Atlas Launch Vehicle)
By Eiffleman

America's second manned launch vehicle and the first to reach orbit for the Mercury program. Manufactured by Convair and derived from the SM-65D Atlas missile making it a member of the Atlas family of rockets. Launched a total of four crewed Mercury spacecraft.

Titan Mover Trains
by Eiffleman

The Titan project also had a twin track linking the assembly buildings and launch pads; specially adapted EMD SW-8 switchers were used to move the rocket.

By Eiffleman

American manned spaceplane used for hypersonic research. Conducted tests for ballistic flight, winged reentry, and gliding recovery. The X-15 was intended to evolve to a manned orbital spacecraft until the urgent need for the Mercury and Gemini programs surfaced. Research from the X-15 eventually led to the techniques...

Juno I
By Eiffleman

Four stage rocket derived from the Jupiter-C sounding rocket. After the "Sputnik Crisis" and the failure of the Vanguard program, a Juno I rocket was used to launch America's first satellite, Explorer 1.

A-4 / V-2 Rocket with Support and Supply Vehicles
By Kaero, Mark Balderama, and Wolfram Broszies

The Aggregat 4 (A-4), later renamed the V-2 for Vengeance Weapon 2, was the world's first long range missile and the first to pass the Karman line reaching 'space'. Much of the development team went on to help develop rocket programs for both...

Saturn IB
NASA launch vehicle used to test the Apollo program spacecraft and later to ferry astronauts to Skylab.
Atlas A SM-65A
By Joey Zinga

Modification of Kevin Huang's model First full scale prototype of the Atlas missile and progenitor of the Atlas family of rockets.

X-20 Dyna-Soar
By Eiffleman

Cancelled USAF program to develop a multipurpose spaceplane.

LC-5 Launch Complex 5 Cape Canaveral
By Eiffleman

Launch site at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida. Site of the Mercury-Redstone 3 flight, America's first manned space flight with Astronaut Alan Shepard. LEGO LC-5 model with 976 bricks

Little Joe II Launcher
By Eiffleman

Mobile launcher for the Little Joe II rocket.

Apollo Command Module with Heatshield
by Eiffleman

The Apollo Command Module was the crew and reentry capsule portion of the CSM. It housed crew accommodation, equipment bays, and the controls and displays for operating the Apollo spacecraft.

Apollo Recovery Mission / Helicopter 66
By Kaero

During the Apollo 8, Apollo 10, and Apollo 11 missions, Helicopter Sikorsky Sea King SH-3D with number 66 was the primary recovery vehicle which hoisted returning astronauts from the spacecraft command modules.

Juno II
By Eiffleman

Four stage rocket derived from the Jupiter missile and using MGM-29 Sergeant solid rocket motors for the upper stages. Launched Pioneer 3 (failure) and Pioneer 4 which became the first American lunar probe.