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Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris

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  • Video Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris

    Enjoy

    Part 1: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris (1/5) - YouTube

    Part 2: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris (2/5) - YouTube

    Part 3: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris (3/5) - YouTube

    Part 4: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris (4/5) - YouTube

    Part 5: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris (5/5) - YouTube
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    Re: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris

    RIP Space Mountain de la Terre a la Lune !!!!
    HKDL : Done !!!

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    • #3
      Re: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris

      Originally posted by DLRP_bopazot View Post
      RIP Space Mountain de la Terre a la Lune !!!!
      RIP? What happend to space mountain?
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      • #4
        Re: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris

        The original version of it, de la terre a la lune, disapeared in 2005 to be replaced by SM: Mission 2, way worse in my opinion
        DLP - 1994 / 2002 / 2007 / 2010 / 2011 Annual Passport

        WDW - 2006 / 2008 / 2009 / 2014

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        • #5
          Re: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris

          Originally posted by White Bones View Post
          RIP? What happend to space mountain?
          They ruined it... just like they ruined the rest of Discoveryland

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          • #6
            Re: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris

            Originally posted by TimmyTimmyTimmy View Post
            They ruined it... just like they ruined the rest of Discoveryland
            :/ that is so sad.
            Don't be destroying the most beautiful Magic Kingdom ever.
            It's like putting Buzz Lightyear in Port Discovery, it doesn't really look right.

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            • #7
              Re: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris

              Thanks for posting these, nice documentary i wasn't aware of.

              Mission 2 is hardcore isn't it! I love it but i always come off it sick as a dog.

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              • #8
                Re: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris

                Space Mountain de la Terre a la Lune was the best Space Mountain in the world . Very Smooth and nice Audio System that properly worked .

                Rght now Space Mountain Mission 2 is not as good as they pretend to be . The ride system is still the same as it is a Roller Coaster . But compare to the other Space Mountain this one has been buid by Vekoma ( a Roller Coaster Manufacturer ).

                After 16 years of operations Space Mountain at Disneyland Paris has become the roughest roller coaster at Disneyland Paris . The ride maintenance tries to keep it as smooth as possible but one of theses days they would have to close it down and refurb it . Not a Cheap refurb as SM M2 was and lasted 3 months . NO SM M2 will need a track replacement .

                And im not talking about the audio system malfunction because of the vibration of the roller coaster . I think all Disney Parks is having issues with their Audio On board the roller coaster . Last time i went to Disneyland California at DCA i rode Screamin 4 times and non of trains that went on had audio .
                HKDL : Done !!!

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                • #9
                  Re: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris

                  With the replacing of Le Visionarium the downturn of DLRP started. Buzz Lightyear is a nice ride, but shouldn't be in Discoveryland. It would have fitted a lot better and I still don't get it why they didn't put it there. WDS hadn't had enough rides and it would have been a perfect possibility to increase the attractions there. Maybe it was too expensive to build a new building.

                  Then they replaced the best DLP coaster with that stupid Mission 2. The soundtrack of the first version was just amazing.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris

                    Darn, sorry to hear that everyone
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                    • #11
                      Re: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris

                      How are the specific ways in which they differ?
                      The only one I experienced was the latest version...last month.

                      It was indeed rough. But felt pretty intense.

                      Maybe the intensity came from the roughness of it though.

                      The inversions were something that I wasn't expecting having only been on the Anaheim Space.

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                        Last edited by Joost van Lieshout; 08-24-2011, 08:03 AM.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Shoot for the Moon: Space Mountain, Paris

                          What is even sadder is that Disney no longer considers its parks to be something so unique and special as to have television specials such as this.

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