About

The main attraction at the Mission: SPACE pavilion is the namesake of the pavilion, Mission: SPACE, a thrilling centrifuge based attraction where guests can board a space shuttle to Mars. The attraction offers two versions with the Orange Team version being more intense than the Green Team version.

Several other activities exist in the Mission: SPACE Advanced Training Lab post-show area. This includes games like Space Base, Expedition: Mars, and Mission Space Race. Guests can also send postcards of themselves "from space".

 

Disney Description

Which Mission: SPACE is right for you?
Mission: Space provides astronaut trainees with the sensation of a flight through space.

CHOOSE BETWEEN TWO LEVELS OF TRAINING.
BOTH OFFER THE SAME EXHILARATING TRAINING MISSION BUT DIFFER IN INTENSITY.

Orange Team - More Intense Training is a highly turbulent motion simulator thrill ride that spins and creates G-forces during launch and re-entry sequences and includes intense maneuvers that can result in nausea, headache, dizziness and disorientation even if you have never experienced motion sickness before.

Green Team - Less Intense Training is an exciting motion simulator ride that does not spin and is less likely to cause motion sickness.

ATTENTION
You should not ride either level if you are made uncomfortable by enclosed dark spaces or simulators.

Expectant mothers should not ride either level.

Orange Team - More Intense Training

  • For those who enjoy intense thrill rides
  • Spinning
  • Simulates prolonged sensation of increased forces on body associated with space travel
  • WARNING: For safety, you should be in good health and free from high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness, or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure. Expectant mothers should not ride.
  • You may experience motion sickness during and after this adventure.
  • See the WARNING SIGN for Orange Team-More Intense Training

Green Team - Less Intense Training

  • For those who prefer exciting rides with some intensity
  • No spinning
  • Lesser sensation of forces on body
  • Expectant mothers should not ride
  • Lower chance of motion sickness

If you are uncertain about which ride experience to choose, we strongly encourage you to select Green Team - Less Intense Training, or proceed to the Advanced Training Lab, which offers alternative space training activities for all astronaut candidates.

ATTENTION
For Orange Team - More Intense Training candidates only
Orange Team-More Intense Training
is a highly turbulent motion-simulator thrill ride that spins and creates G-force during launch and re-entry sequences and includes intense maneuvers that can result in nausea, headache, dizziness and disorientation even if you have never experienced motion sickness before.

WARNING!
You should not participate in Orange Team - More Intense Training if you are prone to motion sickness or made uncomfortable by enclosed dark spaces, simulators, or spinning.

For safety, you should be in good health and free from high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness, or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure.

Expectant mothers should not ride.

CAUTION!
You may experience motion sickness during and after this adventure. You may be more likely to experience motion sickness if you have a headache, an inner-ear problem, or a history of migraines, vertigo, or elevated anxiety.
Drink water and be well rested before your launch.

If you are uncertain whether Orange Team - More Intense Training is right for you, we strongly encourage you to select Green Team - Less Intense Training, or proceed to the Advanced Training Lab, which offers alternative space training activities for all astronaut candidates.

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Supervise Children at all times.

The seating and restraints on this attraction may prohibit guests of certain body shapes or sizes from riding.

 

Sponsors

Hewlett Packard. Originally the attraction was sponsored by Compaq, but sponsorship was taken over by Hewlett Packard prior to the attraction opening after the companies merged in 2002.

 

Historical Notes

This area was previously occupied by Horizons. The attraction closed on January 9, 1999 to make way for Mission: SPACE.

In 2006, Mission: SPACE introduced the Green Team (Less Intense) and the Orange Team (More Intense). The Orange Team retained the original ride profile while the Green Team retained the original ride film but the centrifuges did not spin.

In 2017, Mission: SPACE Orange received an updated HD video while Mission: SPACE Green received a new mission orbiting Earth.

Extinct Attractions

 

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Street Address

1380 Avenue of the Stars

 

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