Zack Apiratitham

Saturn V LEGO Build


48 years ago today, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed at the Tranquility Base on the surface of the moon, marking the first time in history for the human species to set foot on another celestial body. Here is the time-lapse of myself building the majestic Saturn V LEGO set to commemorate this historic day which took me over 5 hours to complete. Consisting of 1969 pieces, the rocket stands at exactly 1 meter in height making it approximately 1:110 scale to the actual Saturn V rocket.

The time-lapse was taken with my DSLR camera at 5-second intervals. The entire video is made up of over 3,400 images totaling over 30GB of data. Check it out below:


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Hey, I’m Zack. Thanks for reading!

I'm a software developer originally from Krabi, Thailand and currently living in the suburbs of Orlando, Florida, USA. This blog is a place for me write about my interests and share things I find interesting.

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