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'''926 Command Centre''' is a ''[[Classic Space]]'' set released in [[1978]]. It contains a surface station, two rovers and four ''Classic Space'' astronauts (2 white, 2 red).
 
'''926 Command Centre''' is a ''[[Classic Space]]'' set released in [[1978]]. It contains a surface station, two rovers and four ''Classic Space'' astronauts (2 white, 2 red).
   
This set was not sold in the US, where the identical set [[493 Space Command Center]] was available instead.
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== Details ==
 
== Description ==
 
 
The station is built onto a crater baseplate. The building contains a control room with two swivel chairs (which were entirely brickbuilt and no dedicated chair pieces) and several computer monitors. On one of the walls was a large computer screen that showed a LEGO astronaut in space (This was a large preprinted piece and not a sticker).
 
The station is built onto a crater baseplate. The building contains a control room with two swivel chairs (which were entirely brickbuilt and no dedicated chair pieces) and several computer monitors. On one of the walls was a large computer screen that showed a LEGO astronaut in space (This was a large preprinted piece and not a sticker).
   
This was the first set that contained a crater baseplate.
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==Notes==
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*This set was not sold in the US, where the identical set [[493 Space Command Center]] was available instead.
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*This was the first set that contained a crater baseplate.
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

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926 Command Centre is a Classic Space set released in 1978. It contains a surface station, two rovers and four Classic Space astronauts (2 white, 2 red).

Details

The station is built onto a crater baseplate. The building contains a control room with two swivel chairs (which were entirely brickbuilt and no dedicated chair pieces) and several computer monitors. On one of the walls was a large computer screen that showed a LEGO astronaut in space (This was a large preprinted piece and not a sticker).

Notes

  • This was the first set that contained a crater baseplate.

External links

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