Similar in design and purpose as the Lunar Module Descent vehicle, the LK Lander Legs is a part of the LK Lander used for landing (in Mission 21, on RED). This part is used for full construction of an N1-LK-LOK rocket.
A variety of parts can be placed on top of the LK Landing Legs, such as small second stage rocket parts, station parts, and payloads (see TRIVIA below).
- This was to be launched with the Soviet N1 rocket, but that rocket was never successfully used with only 4 launches to its name, of which all failed. The rocket may have been successful if not for the fall of the Soviet Union.
- No plans in real life were made to visit Mars with this lander, but to increase the diversity of missions, the lander visits RED in game.
- Although the LK Lunar Module is physically larger than the Apollo Lunar Module in the game, in real-life the Apollo LM is much larger than the LK Lander.
- Although this part has the take-a-photo button it cannot take a photo because it does not have any batteries after separation.