Geomag NASA Rocket Review

The topic at our school this term is STEM (Science, technology, engineering and maths) and I am keen to support the kids learning at home.

The GEOMAG Special Edition NASA Rocket Set celebrates STEM innovation and the building system of magnetic bars and steel spheres encourages exploration of magnetism and creative construction.

This Special Edition GEOMAG set has been endorsed by NASA and is a celebration of the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest scientific construction projects ever, the first manned lunar landing.

In the box

Geomag Rocket

Their are 84 Geomag pieces in the box:

  • 10 x red magnetic bars
  • 10 x blue magnetic bars
  • 10 x silver magnetic bars
  • 18 x magnetic balls
  • Specially designed plastic rectangle and triangle panels,
  • Pop out cardboard walls
Geomag Rocket

How to Build

The instructions are on the back of the box and show you how to start your model and build it in stages and you start by breaking out the cardboard shapes and placing them into the plastic panels.

Geomag Rocket

Once you have your initial triangle shape built, it makes the model quite sturdy and you can add the next level.

Geomag Rocket

It is not quite as easy as it looks to build and we found the trick is to try not to move it as it will collapse.

Geomag Rocket

There is also the GEOMAG Rover available to complete the set.

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168 thoughts on “Geomag NASA Rocket Review”

  1. The answer is the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest scientific construction projects ever, the first manned lunar landing

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  2. What event is GEOMAG celebrating with its new NASA Rocket and Rover sets
    the 50th anniversary of the first manned moon landing

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  10. 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing.
    This is so cool! The boys are obsessed with rockets, we bought some to launch. May have lost a few though!

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  13. The 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 landing on the moon. I was actually doing this with my class today. They’re writing a diary as a child watching it in 1969

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