The History of Paris’ Space Mountain: De la Terre a la Lune

Part VII: Ending 

At the end of the day, Space Mountain has thrilled millions of guests. From the time it was being planned, it was under a lot of pressure to be “the ride that saves EuroDisney,” and even under that pressure, the amazing team of Imagineers managed to pull off one of the most important twists in the resort’s history, ensuring that it would live on. Sure, there have been ups and downs and many guests insist on the return of the original after the “temporary overlay” being not-so-temporary after all… To them I quote Jules Verne, as he once said, “How many things have been denied one day only to become realities the next!”, so don’t loose hope just yet, as the moon might be closer than we think…

#BringBackTheMoon

Moon rising in front of “Hyper”Space Mountain

-Credits and more-

Hi everyone, thank you so much reading this article. It was the longest one I’ve ever made, so I hope you enjoyed it! If you did, please consider subscribing to our YouTube channel, and if you’re interested, check out our fan store! I’d like to give a huge thank you to the people behind the website spacemountain.fr for allowing me to make this video! If you want, you can find a lot more information about this incredible attraction on their website. I also want to thank SM _DLTALL on Twitter for allowing me to use their photos and videos. Now, as always, That’s a Wrap!

Credits:

Space Mountain Website:

https://spacemountain.fr

Other websites:

https://www.designingdisney.com

https://allears.net

https://digitalcommons.onu.edu/cgi/vi…

To see all the credits please check the description of our Youtube Video, thank you!

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