Open/Close: Opens and closes with the park. This attraction is open during both morning and evening Extra Magic Hours.
Wait Times: The standby lines can be very long for this ride, generally at least 45 minutes but potentially much longer. Definitely use FastPass for at least one ride.
Length of Ride: 4 minutes
Single Rider: No
Queue Description: The build up to the actual ride is elaborate. Out in front of the building is are three sphere representing Earth, the moon, and Jupiter. On the model of the moon, each lunar landing is noted. Once inside the building, the queue winds through several simulated environments including the astronaut recruiting center, a simulation lab for a space station, a training room, and then the final rooms where you'll be given instructions and a final chance to back out.
Health Restriction: Riders should be in good health and free of heart defects, back or neck injuries, or any other maladies that could be aggravated by extended exposure to increased weight. Pregnant women definitely should not ride, and mild to severe motion sickness is a common complaint. This goes for either version of the ride as both involve a lot of shaking and movement. The Green Team version of the ride simply removes the G-force effects provided by the spinning of the centrifuge but anybody who is on the fence about this should ride the Green Team version instead of the Orange Team version.
Ride Access: The queue is wheelchair accessible but not ECV accessible. ECV users will need to transfer to a wheelchair at the building entrance.
Wheelchair Transfer: It is required that you transfer from a wheelchair into the seats of the simulator.
Service Animals: No
Audio: Assistive listening devices are available for this show from Guest Services.
Weight and Size Issues: Shoulder restraints may be uncomfortable for those with large chests but should accommodate pretty much everybody.