In the Spotlight: Mission SPACE

I know it’s been a while since you’ve seen one of these, but I’m really going to try to keep fresh content up here!  Let’s take a look at some interesting facts about Mission: SPACE!

  • It took over 650 Imagineers and over 5 years to develop Mission: SPACE.
  • The ISTC’s motto (“We choose to go!”) is taken from a speech by John F. Kennedy, “We choose to go to the Moon … not because it is easy, but because it is hard.”
  • Almost 100 shades of red were sampled before a decision was made on the color of the red planet outside the queue.
  • Trevor Rabin, composer of many action films, composed the entire score for Mission: SPACE.
  • Many things mentioned on Mission: SPACE, like the spaceship being powered by solid hydrogen, is something actually being developed by NASA.
  • Mission: SPACE is supposedly taking place in the year 2036.

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