With every new model that we create, we nail the technological and manufacturing process, optimize the supply chain, simplify the building process for the user, making our assembly manuals better. We have applied all our experience and knowledge to make the Space-O collection as cool and fun to build as possible.
We are proud to introduce five new exact space models and one real robot Sumo B10. We’ve spent months pouring over thousands of blueprints and official documents to make these models as detailed and true-to-life as possible. It’s been no small feat, but we think these little details are worth doing.
International Space Station (ISS)
ISS - A symbol of unity & innovation. Developed by experts in 15 countries, it’s the biggest and most complex project we’ve ever made! + Add solar panels to the ISS, that will actually power it!
+ Includes flexible PCB
Developed by space agencies: NASA (United States), Roscosmos (Russia), JAXA (Japan), ESA (Europe), and CSA (Canada)
Apollo 11 Lunar Module (LM) & Moon rover (LRV)
Apollo LM - The historical and iconic spacecraft that first took us to the moon.
+ Comes with a buildable Moon Rover, complete with motor for driving!
Developed by space agencies: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
James Webb Space Telescope (JWST)
JWST - The next generation of space telescope, almost a hundred times more powerful than The Hubble. It will let us know the origins of the universe, and let us journey to the edge of our understanding.
+ Includes gold-plated PCB
+ Add solar panels to the JWST, that will actually power it!
Developed by space agencies: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA)
Solar Orbiter (SolO)
SolO - A super heat-resistant, Sun-observing satellite, built to scout closer to the sun than we have ever done before.
+ Includes Solar panel, to actually power it!
Developed by space agencies: European Space Agency (ESA), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
CubeSat NEA Scout
The Near-Earth Asteroid(NEA) Scout is a Cube Satellite equipped with a solar sail that NASA developed to explore a tiny asteroid after the Artemis I Launch. NEA Scout will visit an asteroid estimated to be smaller than a school bus – the smallest asteroid ever to be studied by a spacecraft. This mission will help us to defend our planet from other asteroids. NEA Scout will be America’s first interplanetary mission using solar sail propulsion, powered solely by radiation from the sun. It will be the first interplanetary CubeSat to image and characterize a near-Earth asteroid, combining the proven capabilities of solar sail propulsion with critical science needs.
+ Gold-plated PCB
+ Includes Solar panels, to actually power it!
Developed by space agencies: NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
Year: near future
SUMO Robot B10
It is something very new and different for us. It is our first step into robotics.
Sumo Robot B10 is an autonomous robot that searching for intruders on his planet. It kicks out any object that he detect with his sensors. And it equipped with his territory border sensor.
Operated with Atmega and programmed with Arduino.
At this project we want to make a general introduction to all models, and later we will do more detailed introduction about SUMO Robot B10. About it functions, programming and operation principles.
And also want to mention that we do very detailed manuals with a blueprint style that we are really like. Here are few examples: