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Dragon Models 1/48 Apollo 11, Lunar Module "Eagle"

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  • Quality construction
  • Highly detailed
  • Display ready
  • Accurate markings and insignia
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Model NumberDRW-52501
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No

Product Information

Product Dimensions 6 x 6 x 6 inches
Item Weight 15.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 15.2 ounces
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ASIN B005P4QA82
Item model number DRW-52501
Manufacturer recommended age 14 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #985,066 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#125 in Toys & Games > Hobbies > Models & Model Kits > Pre-Built & Diecast Models > Spacecraft
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Apollo 11 is one of the most famous space missions of all time. It was this specific spaceflight that put man on the Moon for the first time more than 40 years ago. The momentous event occurred on July 20, 1969 as millions of TV viewers around the world watched with anticipation. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin Jr were the two American astronauts to walk on the lunar soil of the southern Sea of Tranquility. They arrived aboard the Lunar Module (LM) that had been christened Eagle in honor of the bald eagle, the national bird of the USA. Eagle spent a total of 21.5 hours on the Moon's "magnificently desolate" surface, before it then whisked them back to rendezvous with the Columbia Command/Service Module (CSM) that was orbiting above in preparation for their return to Earth. Dragon's Space Collection had previously produced a terrifically detailed 1/72 scale model of the LM connected to the CSM, but now things have got even better! How? Because for the first time, the Lunar Module is being offered in 1:48 scale. This larger scale permits even more detail to be incorporated into the miniature Apollo 11 spacecraft. Not only that, but the LM comes as a separate item, offering greater scope for it to be set in a lunar diorama scene. Alternatively, the model works extremely well as a stand alone desktop decoration. With the touchdown of this new 1/48 scale LM from Dragon, the Eagle has well and truly landed!

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Apollo 11 is one of the most famous space missions of all time. It was this specific spaceflight that put man on the Moon for the first time more than 40 years ago. The momentous event occurred on July 20, 1969 as millions of TV viewers around the world watched with anticipation. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin Jr were the two American astronauts to walk on the lunar soil of the southern Sea of Tranquility. They arrived aboard the Lunar Module (LM) that had been christened Eagle in honor of the bald eagle, the national bird of the USA. Eagle spent a total of 21.5 hours on the Moon’s “magnificently desolate” surface, before it then whisked them back to rendezvous with the Columbia Command/Service Module (CSM) that was orbiting above in preparation for their return to Earth. Dragon’s Space Collection had previously produced a terrifically detailed 1/72 scale model of the LM connected to the CSM, but now things have got even better. How? Because for the first time, the Lunar Module is being offered in 1/48 scale. This larger scale permits even more detail to be incorporated into the miniature Apollo 11 spacecraft. Not only that, but the LM comes as a separate item, offering greater scope for it to be set in a lunar diorama scene. Alternatively, the model works extremely well as a stand alone desktop decoration. With the touchdown of this new 1/48 scale LM from Dragon, the Eagle has well and truly landed.

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I had already built the Dragon Models "assembly required" version before I ordered this, and wanted to compare the two to see how close I got it. This model is identical except that it's already put together. The biggest difference is that the Ascent and Descent stages do not come apart. The pre-assembled version has much more detail than I was able to do with mine. You still have to install some minor parts - radar dishes, RCS thrusters, antennas, etc. Also, the landing probes for three of the four landing pads are not included, so if you're interested in either suspending the model, or separating the stages, my advice is to buy the "assembly required" model. Otherwise, this model is easily more display-ready than I was able to attain with my efforts.
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This is a neat model, it is a wonderful replica an has a very good size. I wanted to celebrate this amazing historical achievement.
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