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Space Mountain With the Lights On

Video of the Day: Disney's Space Mountain With the Lights On

The thrill of Disney World's Space Mountain roller coaster is blasting through the unexpected drops, twists, and turns in utter darkness, save for those twinkling stars. A lucky few have experienced the roller coaster with the lights on. Be on the lookout for a "101" announcement when boarding the ride: in Disney jargon, it means "nonoperational." Fingers crossed, it could be a chance to hop on a slow but steady "PeopleMover" cart to experience Space Mountain with the lights on. Watch the video to see the steel behind the magic.

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JKlein725 JKlein725 3 years different than what i had imagined!  it's cool to really be able to see the symmetry of the two tracks...i've always known it's there but it's so interesting to see how it's really structured!
Assistant-Community-Manager Assistant-Community-Manager 3 years
This is so cool! I never thought about what it would be like with the lights on!
Anna-Monette-Roberts Anna-Monette-Roberts 3 years
 @ophelia1418 Thank you for the correction!
ophelia1418 ophelia1418 3 years
This is actually Space Mountain in Walt Disney World, as opposed to Disneyland. The two Space Mountains are very different, and Disneyland hasn't had the PeopleMover since 1995.
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