Mission Force One is the latest chapter in the Miles from Tomorrowland series and will take place on the International Space Station and we have a bunch of pictures of the show as well as some of the NASA astronauts who will be doing some voice acting. Not only that, but there was a special screening of the series on the actual space station!
MISSION FORCE ONE – “The Space Station Situation” – Miles and his friends travel back in time to prevent the International Space Station from getting stuck in the future, with help from the astronauts on board. This episode of “Mission Force One” airs Monday, May 7 (5:30 – 6:00 P.M. EDT) on Disney Junior.
So in this episode Miles and crew have to travel back in time to help prevent the International Space Station from getting stuck in the future. The astronauts on board will help out Miles and his friends to make it happen. There are a ton of respected science figures doing the voice work including: NASA astronauts Scott Kelly, Jeanette Epps and Yvonne Cagle; the European Space Agency’s astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti from Italy; Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko; NASA space station flight director Holly Ridings; and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Randii Wessen, Diana Trujillo, Bobak Ferdowsi and Kevin Hand. Bill Nye is back as Professor Rubicon and the episode will also feature banjo player Bela Fleck.
“Mission Force One” follows Miles Callisto as he leads a highly skilled team of friends, each with their own unique STEAM abilities, on exciting outer space expeditions. Experts from NASA, NASA’s JPL, the Space Tourism Society and Google serve as consultants on the series, which incorporates unique space and science facts into each storyline.
Below you will see some of the behind the scenes pictures of the voice actor astronauts working on the show.
MISSION FORCE ONE – Disney Junior’s “Mission Force One,” the latest chapter of acclaimed series “Miles from Tomorrowland,” marked the first kids television premiere in space when an episode debuted to astronauts on board the International Space Station earlier this week. Series creator Sascha Paladino and NASA astronaut Scott Kelly appeared at a private screening event at the nonprofit Space Center Houston, the official Visitor Center for NASA Johnson Space Center, on Saturday, April 28.