Mission:Space reopens August 13th at Epcot with a new mission

Mission:Space reopens August 13th at Epcot with a new mission

It was announced a few weeks ago at Disney's D23 Expo that Mission:Space would be getting a huge upgrade. But we weren't exactly sure what. Now we are.

All new high definition imagery will be coming to the Orange Mission that will be give guests a more intense experience. But, that's not all!

Guests will also be able to go on a different mission on the green side that will take them on an orbit around the planet.
Guests will be able to see the Hawaiian Islands, Italy’s boot and the Northern lights. Then guests will finally land at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Also younger guests from 40-44 inches can now ride Mission Space with the help of new "booster" seats.

Stay tuned for more from Disney, and be sure to get social with us on Facebook and follow along with us on Twitter @BehindThrills for the latest updates!

For our latest theme park videos please be sure to subscribe to us on YouTube!

For more information about Walt Disney World, including tickets, visit the official website.

Advertisement

Categories: Disney, News

Comments