Open/Close: Open and close with the park.
Wait Times: As with most hub-and-spoke attractions, Astro Orbiter is low capacity (not many people per ride and it takes almost as long to load and unload the vehicle as it does to ride). It isn't the most popular attraction in the park, however, and lines generally aren't too bad, rarely more than 30 minutes.
Length of Ride: 90 seconds
Single Rider: No
Queue Description: Not particularly themed, wrapped around the ride itself.
Health Restriction: People with heart problems should not ride. A fear of heights may also be problematic.
Ride Access: The queue is accessible to wheelchairs and ECVs.
Wheelchair Transfer: It is necessary to transfer from a wheelchair or ECV into one of the rocket ride units. At rest, the units are near ground level but it will be necessary to step up and then down into them.
Service Animals: No
Audio: Spoken instructions are given for loading and unloading, but no translation or captioning devices are available for this attraction.
Weight and Size Issues: The rockets aren't the biggest things in the world, but should generally be comfortable if riding alone. If large or tall, it may be very uncomfortable to ride with another adult or a large child.