• Legends' Lab


    Legends' Lab

    With our Legends' Lab®, build your clinostat using LEGO® bricks, and do your own microgravity experiment!
    International Space Station (ISS) is the most famous example of microgravity experimentation facility. However, our clinostat makes it possible to simulate microgravity on Earth. In space, plants no longer feel up and down. So, in which directions do plants steer their roots and their stem there in no gravity?

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  • Compare your results

    Collaboratives sciences

    Compare your results

    Now imagine that with our Legends' Lab® you can also share your resultats... Using the STEAM.SPACE® collaborative software included in our Legends' Lab®, you can get connected to an international network of budding scientists!

    With your only experimental data, you can create one data point. By sharing your data point, together we create a diagram which will bring us new knowledge. Let us enter into the age of collaborative science!

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  • Transdisciplinary learning

    Our experiences

    Transdisciplinary learning

    With our Legends' Lab®, you have access to several practicum dedicated to S.T.E.A.M. and can discover the uniqueness of space. Our exercices make learning life sciences, robotics, mathematics and even art, exciting.

    1er Practicium in biology
    2nd Practicium in mathematic
  • Let's pool our resources

    Let us work together

    Let's pool our resources

    Launching educational experiences into space is expensive and requires numerous steps. In order to benefit as many young people as possible, several countries can contribute their knowledge and pool their resources to create a new space educational experience.

    Are you are interested in our project and want to pool our resources? Ask us to open an online account to have access to our on-line tools and to participate in workshops linked to science experiments conducted un space.

  • "There is no plan B, because we do not have a Planet B".

    Ban Ki-moon, former UN Secretary-General, New York 2014.

    Exceptional weather events follow one another at an increasingly rapid pace. This is a manifestation of a climate disruption whose human cause is no longer in question today. Satellites are an essential source for monitoring climate change.

    Ressouces in the International Space Station are limited, because sending them in space is complex and expensive. Space agencies have developed many technologies to reduce consumption and recycle. These same space technologies can also be used on Earth to optimize our consumption.

  • 50 % of Women and Man...

    Pascale LEFEBURE is a member of “Space 4 women”, a community of women working in the space field. We encourage women of all ages to study science in order to play a key role in the space field.

    Space 4 Women was launched by United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA). By bringing together a community of women in the space field, UNOOSA supports the sustainable development goals in education (SDG 4), gender equality (SDG 5) to reduce inequalities (SDG 10). It is a global network that is based on collaboration.

    This is why you will find in our website editoril content in favour of women so they can find in our pages a place to express themselves.
  • 50 % of Women and Man...
e-Learning support
Research assistance

e-Learning support

Our technicians deploy for you a technical platform for remote teaching and practical work based on the collaborative science model.

Project management
Project management

Project management

You believe in a scientific or space project, our experts in operational strategy will support you.

Gain visibility
Use our tools

Gain visibility

Legends' Lab® is not simply a website, it is also a multi-purpose digital marketing toolkit for your own website.

  • Maia Weinstrock – Fan designer

    Maia Weinstrock – Fan designer

    Science editor and writer Maia Weinstock combined her personal passions in designing the Women of NASA set for LEGO® Ideas. “ The night on which it appeared we’d reach 10K, I stayed up until 4:30 or 5 in the morning so that I could watch the 10,000th vote come in. I didn’t get much sleep that day, but it was thrilling!”. (Women of NASA, 21312, LEGO®)


  • Sally Ride – Physicist, Astronaut and entrepreneur

    Sally Ride – Physicist, Astronaut and entrepreneur

    On June 18, 1983, she blasted off aboard the space shuttle Challenger to become America’s first woman in space. She cowrote science books for young people and cofounded a company, Sally Ride Science, to inspire students in math and science. (Women of NASA, 21312, LEGO®)


  • Margaret Hamilton – Computer Scientist

    Margaret Hamilton – Computer Scientist

    Born in 1936, Margaret Hamilton was always interested in mathematics. For her work as pioneering computer scientist, she received NASA’s Exceptional Space Act Award in 2003, and the Presidential Madal of Freedom from President Obama in 2016. (Women of NASA, 21312, LEGO®)


  • Nancy Grace Roman – Astronomer

    Nancy Grace Roman – Astronomer

    She was the first Chief of Astronomy for NASA Office of Space Science, as well as the first woman to hold an executive position at the agency. Roman was involved in the development and launching of numerous satellites. She is often called the “Mother of Hubble”. (Women of NASA, 21312, LEGO®)


  • Mae Jemison, M.D. – Astronaut, Engineer, Physician, dancer

    Mae Jemison, M.D. – Astronaut, Engineer, Physician, dancer

    Insatiably curious, Jemison loves cats, science fiction, art, dance, gardening and mysteries! Starting Stanford University at the age of 16, Jemison graduated with Bachelor’s degrees in Chemical Engineering and African Studies. She practiced medicine and lived in West Africa as the Area Peace Corps Medical Officer for Sierra Leone and Liberia. (Women of NASA, 21312, LEGO®) .


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