DISNEY SKYLINER Building FOOTAGE! | The Magic Weekly Episode 124 – Disney News Show
DISNEY SKYLINER Construction FOOTAGE! | The Magic Weekly Episode 124 – Disney News Show
This week: a new Up-themed show is coming to the Animal Kingdom, Toy Story Mania is about to get its whole queue turned about to welcome guests from Toy Story Land, we have brand new footage inside the Epcot Disney Skyliner station building website (Disney Skyliner building footage in Walt Disney Planet), and Brayden answers YOUR listener questions….all that and far more on Episode 124 of The Magic Weekly for the week of January 5th, 2017!
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On this episode we take a appear at the Disney Parks Flights of Wonder becoming a new Up show in the Animal Kingdom, Toy Story Midway Mania begins tiered closure to prepare for new Toy Story Land entrance, a Wrinkle in Time movie preview is coming to Walt Disney Presents in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney is rumored to be generating talking Automobiles characters to interact with park guests in Disney California Adventure and Hollywood Studios, new idea art is posted outdoors of the Disney Skyliner Hollywood Studios station (Disney Skyliner, Disney Gondola, Disney Planet Gondola, Disney Skyliner 2018, Disney Skyway), new Disney Skyliner art is now on the wall outdoors the Epcot skyliner station, we have new Disney Skyliner construction footage, Disney water park refurbishments wrap up and others commence, The Edison grand opens in Disney Springs, Maria and Enzo’s Italian and Enzo’s Hideaway Tunnel Bar debut in Disney Springs, Disney adjustments the Walt Disney Globe Passholder dining discount prices, what’s the future of Disney’s River Country and Discovery Island on Bay Lake in Walt Disney Planet?, copying park attractions across resorts vs generating new a single-of-a-sort attractions and parks, could the Crush Coaster come to Walt Disney Globe, a new image is released for Mary Poppins Returns, ought to Disney Springs function Disney properties? (poll results), What need to take place to The Seas in Epcot?, shoutouts, the POP! Vinyl unboxing of Thor from Thor: Ragnarok, and far more!
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Launch of STS-71 (Archive: NASA, Marshall, 06/27/95)
On June 27, 1995, the Space Shuttle Orbiter Atlantis (STS-71) took off from Kennedy Space Center for what would be a nine day, 19 hour mission. The flight marked the 100th United States human space launch as well as the initial docking amongst the Space Shuttle and the Russian Space Station MIR. In the course of this docking, joint US and Russian life science investigations have been performed in the Spacelab module tucked inside Atlantis’ huge cargo bay. When talking about the mission, then NASA Administrator Dan Goldin remarked, “this flight heralds a new era of cooperation among our two nations. It will lay the foundation for the building of an International Space Station later this decade.”
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By NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center on 2014-06-23 16:14:57