Fuses space science and fun of Disney ‘Tomorrowland miles’
#Cosmoread: “Tomorrowland miles” in one episode – a galactic trip, family, whose first season finale will air in March and the characters from the TV show about a new Disney baby out the window of the spacecraft and the planet Pluto sees it says.
“No, it is a dwarf planet,” says another character, the International Astronomical Union’s decision in 2006 is still a planet to be echoing the consensus argument, continuing character, Pluto and other objects in its class big enough for example, should take.
It is aimed at 2- to 7-year-olds to a series of heavy stuff, but advisers say the science behind the series “Miles” a welcome opportunity to get children excited about space is.
Show consultants, Randii Wessen, one of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has worked since Voyager, 2 flew by Saturn in 1980 science fiction fuels is interested in science, he said Space.com: JPL offices a quick walk from the Millennium show “Star Wars” or the Falcons poster “:. 2001 a Space Odyssey”
“It’s a ‘Star Trek’ or a show like this is unfair to compare” Lost in Space, ” Wessen, which is a part of a JPL mission concept that looks at the study’s lead architect he said. While those shows heavy duty science fiction feature, “Miles” features just a little bit of science – “but not so much that it hurts,” he said.
For example, Saturn’s moon Iapetus discussed an episode about how the solar system body half dark, half light, and NASA’s Cassini mission to Saturn, with which Essen includes information about its surface. At the same time, science is relevant to the story of the “Miles,” he said. A significant break from the scientific fact: The faster the speed of light being the characters can travel in starships.
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Tomorrowland Transit Authority as they connect to the universe, “Miles,” which premiered on February 6, 2015 on Disney Junior Miles Callisto and his family (his mother, including the captain) after the space mission. Two 11-minute segments of each episode where Miles and his father, mother, sister and a pet robot ostrich exploration of the universe. “Miles” for the season finale next month, and a second season is already in production.
The show, the Disney executives got in touch with an organization Science Entertainment Exchange, a program of the National Academy of Sciences that connects scientists and engineers with the entertainment is called. Organization with scientific fact helps fuel the stories, they are about whether nuclear or space.
John Spencer, founder and president of the Space Tourism Society as Wessen, is part of the exchange. Spencer, who also advised on production, Space.com reported that the strength of the show is showing people “excited about the future.”
To express that enthusiasm, the show covers current technologies such as 3D printing extensions – and is also cultivated space, which “veggie” is being pioneered in real life with the use – it the show used to great effect in the deep space, says Spencer on board the international space station.
“Space is such an interesting topic,” Spencer said, adding that “Tue Martian” because of a blockbuster film was not only science, but because of storytelling. “What we like in the movie crew and had a variety of countries, help out and all that stuff.”
Spencer Such new visitor center at NASA Ames Research Center as simulated space environment and exhibits, is a well-known designer. One of his latest projects, a planned “Tue City,” which will be placed in the Las Vegas Strip near the undeveloped land. For more information would be forthcoming, he said.
Disney’s “Miles from Tomorrowland to” season finale on March 11. On March 18, Disney Junior on the Disney Channel applications, and will debut on the air.