Space Mountain sometimes themed as Hyperspace Mountain is an indoor, space-themed roller coaster in Tomorrowland at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. Opened on May 27, , it was the second roller coaster built at Disneyland, and was the second of the five versions of Space Mountain built by The Walt Disney Company. Walt Disney originally conceived the idea of a space-themed roller coaster for Disneyland following the success of the Matterhorn Bobsleds , which opened in However, a number of factors including lack of available space, Walt Disney's death, and the Disney company's focus on building what would become Walt Disney World led to the project's postponement in the late s.
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Taylor Strickland June 10, The event started in and ran sporadically until becoming an annual event in Some of the unique merchandise you can buy include personalized Star Tours name tags where your name is written in Aurebesh, the official written language of the Star Wars Universe , limited edition pins, t-shirts, coins, plushes and games. Like all special event merchandise, lines can get quite long, and expect many of the more popular items to sell out fast. Several of the extremely limited edition items were already sold out on the first day of SWW.
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The study of anisotropies connects and unravels fundamental issues in various fields of astrophysics and cosmology. With the recent experimental progress, it is now possible to analyse, understand, and cross-correlate the anisotropic skies observed by Planck, 2MASS Redshift Survey, Chandra, Fermi, AMS-2, HAWC, IceCube, and Auger — to cite but a few major instruments that scrutinize the Universe from microwaves to ultrahigh energies in photons, cosmic rays, and neutrinos. Anisotropic features can reveal key information on the structure and the nature of the components of the Universe, and provide hints on the origin of high energy emission. In this workshop, instead of focusing on one particular field, we aim at discussing an interdisciplinary science related to anisotropies and fluctuations in astrophysics and cosmology. Gathering researchers from various backgrounds, we put together our tools and our knowledge on anisotropies and fluctuations. Various methods and theories have been developed in parallel but their use has often been restricted to one particular area. In particular, we will be sharing our experience on:.