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Mission: SPACE

Epcot

Future World

Guests Must Be

40in (102cm) or taller

Age Interest

Kids, Tweens, Teens, Adults

Thrill Level

Thrill Ride, Spinning, Dark

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Accessibility

  • Must Transfer from Wheelchair/ECV
  • Video Captioning
  • Language Translation Devices

Advisories

  • Supervise children at all times. Children under age 7 years must be accompanied by a person age 14 years or older.
  • The seating and restraints of this attraction may prohibit Guests of certain body shapes or sizes from riding.

Due to the nature of the experience, service animals are not permitted on this attraction.

Interests

Indoor

Rider Switch

  • Rider switch offered. More Information - This attraction offers rider switch, which allows 2 or more adults to take turns waiting with children who are too small to ride, without the need to wait in line twice. Please ask a Cast Member at the attraction entrance for assistance.

Guest Policies

  • Supervise children at all times.
    Children under age 7 years must be accompanied by a person age 14 years or older.

Blast off on a thrilling simulated NASA-style mission to Mars—or orbit the Earth on a more gentle ride through space.

Two Guests performing tasks in a space shuttle simulator for the first manned mission to Mars

You Are Go for Launch

What’s it like to be an astronaut? You’ll find out on Mission: SPACE!

Before you board, you’ll train for your mission on the X-2 Deep Space Shuttle at the International Space Training Center (ISTC). Each member of your 4-cadet crew will assume an important role: navigator, pilot, commander or engineer. During your flight, cadets will be instructed to initiate a mission-critical sequence… so be prepared!

Next, count down to liftoff—and an incredible mission through space. Dodge meteorites and slingshot around the moon—or enjoy a flight path with breathtaking views of our home planet.

Your crew is counting on you to make the mission a success!

Large colorful planet sculptures lit-up at night at the entrance to Mission: SPACE

Which Mission Should I Choose?

Journey to Mars with the more intense Orange Mission. Or, orbit the Earth with the less intense—but still exhilarating—Green Mission.

Orange Mission

Hurtle through space on an out-of-this-world experience thrill-seekers will love. The Orange Mission uses a centrifuge that spins and tilts to simulate the speed and G-forces of a spacecraft launch and reentry. Orange Mission offers astronauts 44” and taller a more intense experience.

Guests who wish to experience the Orange Mission should be in good health and free of 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 either Mission.

Green Mission

Take flight on a family-friendly adventure that’s sure to excite. The Green Mission offers a gentler, more family-friendly adventure for space explorers 40” and taller. It uses a motion simulator that offers light movement and doesn’t spin—so it’s less likely to cause motion sickness.

This experience is optimal for those prone to motion sickness or uncertain about which level to choose. Expectant mothers should not ride either mission.

A brother and sister gaze at a rotating wheel that simulates gravity in deep space at Mission: SPACE

Mission: SPACE Advanced Training Lab

Take part in space-themed games after your Mars mission in this interactive play space.

Hours

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

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  • For assistance with your Walt Disney World visit, please call (407) 939-5277.
  • 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM Eastern Time. Guests under 18 years of age must have parent or guardian permission to call.
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