1982 is when Spaceship Earth debuted.
1994 is when Spaceship Earth was first revised.
2008 is the most recent time Spaceship earth was revised.
152 ride units are used in Spaceship Earth.
4 guests can ride in Unit.
2,400 guests can ride though Spaceship Earth each hour.
308 guests can ride at 1 time.
14 minutes is the length of the ride at Spaceship Earth.
185 feet tall is Spaceship Earth, thus it can be seen from any-where throughout Epcot.
5,181.1 feet is the circumference of Spaceship Earth.
165 feet is the diameter of Spaceship Earth.
18 stories tall is Spaceship Earth.
16 million pounds is the gross weight of Spaceship Earth.
11,324 triangular panels made of aluminum alloy; each one is a custom fit.
250,000 sparkling red metallic “eye catchers” are in the word “Epcot” that was next to Sorcerer Mickey’s arm and wand on top of spaceship earth.
12,000 pounds of aluminum and fiberglass were used to make the starburst at the end of Mickey’s Wand.
57 historically accurate Audio-Animatronics are used in the Spaceship Earth attraction.
163 feet above the ground is how high your vehicle will travel at Spaceship Earth attraction.
6 legs hold up Spaceship Earth, each of which is supported by pylons sunk 120 to 185 feet into the ground. At its lowest point, the slightly imperfect sphere
stands 18 feet off the ground.
100 steel pilings are used to support the Spaceship Earth foundation and are 150 feet deep.
16 million pounds is the approximate weight of Spaceship Earth that is more than three times that of a Space Shuttle fully fueled and ready for launch!
150,000 square feet, and an inside volume of 2,200,000 cubic feet is how large the geodesic sphere, that is Spaceship Earth.
2.2 million cubic feet of space and has an outside surface diameter of 150,000 square feet, that is encompassed in Spaceship Earth.
50 tons is the total combined weight of Mickey's gloved hand, the wand, and the "2000" logo on Spaceship Earth. The frame that supports this weighs 250
36 feet tall is each number of the 2000 sign on Spaceship Earth.
120 to 180 feet into the ground are the pylons that hold up Spaceship Earth.
18 feet off the ground is the lowest point of Spaceship Earth.
1 inch space between each triangle tile on Spaceship Earth al-lows for expansion and contraction in the Floridian climate.
80 powerful lighting fixtures illuminate Spaceship Earth each night to provide the lighting show.
13 Minutes is the show length of Spaceship Earth.
2.2 million cubic feet of space exists inside, with a 165 foot diameter of Spaceship Earth.
109,375 square feet is the site area that was used for Spaceship Earth.
20 degree is the average angle of decent of the track.
39 degree is the steepest angle of decent on the this attraction.
26 months were needed to construct Spaceship Earth.
40,800 labor hours were needed to build Spaceship Earth.
1,700 tons of steel were used in the construction of Spaceship Earth.
4 narrators have done the Spaceship Earth spiel in its history. The latest is actress Judi Dench.