Each set will include Lego versions of the women pioneers accompanied by a build that speaks to their careers.
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This Wednesday, LEGO announced that it would be "launching" a $24.99 kit called LEGO Ideas 21312 Women of NASA.
Sally Ride was the first woman in space. Nancy Grace Roman was the first woman to hold an executive role at NASA, and was instrumental in planning the Hubble Telescope.
Obviously missing from the sets is mathematician Katherine Johnson, whose approval was not supplied to LEGO in order to have her included.
Lego is honoring the women of the film Hidden Figures while releasing its latest product created to foster interest in STEM careers. Weinstock's original proposal from July 2016 collected more than 10,000 votes in a Lego ideas contest. "We have also seen that when girls and women are given more encouragement in the STEM fields, they become more likely to pursue careers in these areas". It also comes with miniature vignettes depicting moments in NASA history that these awesome women made possible.
Wike added: "It was a great experience to give these awesome women their new Lego identity and a great honour to personally present Margaret Hamilton with her very own mini-figure". Roman, nicknamed the "Mother of Hubble" for getting the telescope into orbit, is paired with it in her 1959 likeness, and a 1969-era Hamilton, who led the development of the software necessary to launch the Apollo moon missions, is accompanied by a chalkboard and stack of books.