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Vista Series - Orbits of Light

From its dramatic curvilinear structure to its massive planetary forms, Mission: Space Vista pays tribute to one of the most intense and realistic depictions of space flight ever created. For this edition, Planetary Plaza’s abstract orbital paths serve as the inspiration for the trajectory of the series’ signature light rays that lead from the outermost edges of space to the International Space Training Center.

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Designer’s Note: This edition features the debut of several assets uniquely created for multiple E82 Projects including Pavilion Line Art , a Norm Inouye-esque Logo for the pavilion and a realigned/corrected version of Space Logotype.     

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Reader Comments (1)

Mission: Space makes the Baby Walt Disney cry. :)

In all seriousness, I don't understand the appeal of that ride. It's just a very elaborate "Gravitron" ride, a ride that you can find in almost every single county fair. I rode M:S once, shook my head wondering why there was such a long line for it & haven't ridden it since. This is what they replaced Horizons with? In all honesty, the late 90s - early 2000s aesthetics of that pavilion does have a nice kitsch value to it.

November 11, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterEPCOTFan

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