After a suggestion made by a member of Lego's Ideas fan-sourced creation platform, the company famous for building blocks and elaborate play-sets, Lego, is launching an official Women of NASA set.
The Lego set was originally proposed by MIT News deputy editor Maia Weinstock on the Ideas platform last year, and quickly made its way to the 10,000 mark needed for official project approval by Lego.
Weinstock had suggested that the set include computer scientist Margaret Hamilton, who developed onboard software for the Apollo missions while working at NASA during the 60s; Katherine Johnson, who calculated and verified launch and landing trajectories for Mercury and Apollo programs (and who was depicted in the film Hidden Figures); Sally Ride, the first American woman in space; Nancy Grace Roman, who helped plan and create the Hubble Space Telescope and NASA's astronomy research program; and Mae Jamison, the first African-American woman in space.
The final kit includes all but Katherine Johnson, which Lego says is only because it requires approval from all involved, and apparently, there was some hiccup in gaining approval from Johnson and her family at this time.
The set was designed by Lego's Gemma Anderson and Marie Sertillanges, and sticks close to Weinstein's original vision. Anderson and Sertillanges went to great lengths to capture specific details in the Lego recreations of these space icons, including how Sally Ride's name tag says just "Sally," which is in keeping with a request she actually made in real life.
Again, the Women of NASA set is on sale starting November 1 and will retail for $24.99.
This article originally appeared on TechCrunch.