The force was too strong! Rocket powered Lego Star Wars Destroyer made up of 3,152 pieces is launched into a wall at 67mph
This is the moment a Lego Star Wars Super Star Destroyer was fired at a wall using rocket power - inevitably exploding into thousands of pieces.
The iconic Star Wars ship was built by Swedish brothers David and Henrik Windestal who regularly construct different types of rockets, usually so they can blow them up.
Once the Destroyer had been pieced together the pair attached it to a 'rocket sled' and accelerated it at 67mph.
As expected the Lego ship very rapidly dissembles which the footage shows happen again and again from different angles and speeds.
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