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The impressive interaction

The impressive interaction

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The impressive interaction of geometrical lines and clean colours achieves a futuristic impression, which is not only prevailing at the entry to the pre-show area but also throughout the entire theme area around the attraction.

At this sight, every cadet is likely to have itchy fingers to go on the mission.
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It is simply intergalactic!

It is simply intergalactic!

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It is simply intergalactic! With our new attraction Star Trek™: Operation Enterprise, which will be opened this spring, we have made it onto the cover of the Euro Amusement Professional.
A short extract of the detailed report is available at http://viewer.eap-magazin.de/15060/EuroAmusement_Professional_3-2017-Leseprobe.html
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We listen to the magnificent sound

We listen to the magnificent sound

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Wir lauschen den erhabenen Klängen unseres brandneuen Star Trek™: Operation Enterprise Soundtracks...

We listen to the magnificent sound of our brand new Star Trek™: Operation Enterprise soundtrack, which has exclusively been recorded for our new attraction by the 70 musicians of the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra. Join us on this fascinating trip through this unique music project.

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Another milestone has been set

Another milestone has been set

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Another milestone for Germany's most intergalactic construction project has been set. Today, Mack Rides officially handed over the Triple Launch Coaster to our Managing Director, Thorsten Backhaus.
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Today, the TÜV engineers...

Today, the TÜV engineers...

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Today, the TÜV engineers have released our shuttles. From today, Geordi La Forge will ensure personally that any shuttle is set on the right course before you will get the opportunity to engage in your rescue mission.
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Slowly, one can guess...

Slowly, one can guess...

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Slowly, one can guess, where the cadets will soon be trained to go on their all-important rescue mission. In the Starfleet Academy, all cadets immerse themselves deep into the Star Trek Universe. And you, are you ready for your first mission?
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Sounds from a far away galaxy

Sounds from a far away galaxy

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Sounds from a far away galaxy reach the construction-crew in the Alpha-Quadrant, because the 70-strong Budapest Philharmonica-Orchester is playing an excusively composed Soundtrack by IMAscore for our attraction.
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Your mission:

Your mission:

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You have just graduated from Starfleet Academy and find yourself on a nearby ship, getting ready to transport aboard the derelict Enterprise...

From there, you will take a shuttle craft and embark on the mission of your life: Break through the enemy shields and disable their main systems to save the lives of the Enterprise crew, successfully completing your holodeck training in the process.

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Test-Mission

Test-Mission

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After successful construction of the shuttle craft during the past few weeks, we were able to conduct a first unmanned test flight. We’re busy in other parts of the Alpha-Quadrant, too. Massive steel structures, long cables and countless plasterboards let your imagination fly to what might be in the making here…
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Past the warp core towards our Top Hat

Past the warp core towards our Top Hat

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Past the warp core towards our Top Hat, straight down through inversions from a parallel universe and –

provided the cloaking device is holding – looking at the former Marienhof which is hardly the same anymore.

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With a lot of finesse

With a lot of finesse

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With a lot of finesse and with the support of turbo-lifting devices, the shuttle crafts have been lifted onto the maintenance level. Now, under close supervision of Chief Engineer Geordi LaForge, they are being prepared to go on their first mission.
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Connecting corridors between individual sections

Connecting corridors between individual sections

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Our construction team has already built most parts of the connecting corridors between individual sections and the bridge. The future site of Starfleet Academy is being constructed with great care so that it can host the first class of cadets in 2161.
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Bullet holes in the walls

Bullet holes in the walls

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Bullet holes in the walls and broken windows are just a few indicators of those dark forces that may have been at work here. However, our busy construction workers are already rebuilding everything to allow you to have an intergalactic encounter yourself in this very place.
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Let us travel back to stardate -306583.5610200365

Let us travel back to stardate -306583.5610200365

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Let us travel back to stardate -306583.5610200365, to when the construction works for the hardware of the world’s only Star Trek™ Coaster began. Experience 171 days in only 4 minutes.

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Giant destruction beam

Giant destruction beam

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A giant destruction beam cuts the building into pieces and dematerializes them afterwards. A whole new parallel universe seems to be in the making here…
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The sound engineers from the planet of IMAscore

The sound engineers from the planet of IMAscore

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The sound engineers from the planet of IMAscore are already busy composing the new soundtrack for Star Trek™: Operation Enterprise. Intergalactic orchestral recordings will also warp your auditory senses to new dimensions.
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Intergalactic progress

Intergalactic progress

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Our construction workers just reported that they have made intergalactic progress in the loading dock: A horizontal turbo-lift, unique in our universe, has been finished and is now connecting the dock with the rest of the galaxy. Its energy comes directly from the antimatter reactor.
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The Tricorder is showing us what we already expected

The Tricorder is showing us what we already expected

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The Tricorder is showing us what we already expected: This ride is a real challenge for any Starfleet officer. Therefore, Bones and Spock recommend all interested cadets to watch this video before going on their first mission in 2017.

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All available personnel have been assigned

All available personnel have been assigned

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All available personnel have been assigned to connect the antimatter reactor to the subspace catapult and to install inertial dampeners at the end of the shuttle ride.
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Warp-Drive

Warp-Drive

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We already knew from our alien construction workers that the warp drive of our Launch Coaster would distort the space-time continuum. But the curvature of rails in orbital heights at Germany’s intergalactic construction site must have been caused by the antimatter reactor.
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From the warp core and the Top Hat to the turbo-lift

From the warp core and the Top Hat to the turbo-lift

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From the warp core and the Top Hat to the turbo-lift: We have compiled an intergalactic video of all elements that have been completed during the past week.

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Our turbo-lift to distant galaxies

Our turbo-lift to distant galaxies

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Our turbo-lift to distant galaxies – the highest element of our Launch Coaster, unique in all of Europe, reaches for the stars. Even Spock would have been impressed by this technological achievement…
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Mission Top Hat completed

Mission Top Hat completed

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Mission Top Hat completed: An emotional moment at Germany’s intergalactic construction site: A new important element of the ride has been completed. The impressive Top Hat of our warp-powered Launch Coaster now reaches into the sky and beyond.
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At CBS in Los Angeles

At CBS in Los Angeles

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A logo has been designed for this unique project at CBS in Los Angeles.

The creative team in the United States had to maintain the recognition value of everything Star Trek™, however, the core element of the story was to be included as well.

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Numerous cloaks were dropped

Numerous cloaks were dropped

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Numerous cloaks were dropped to grant us a look at elements that have already been completed. A crucial part of the warp core has been finished and we already see where our journey into the unknown will start.
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Biggest “birthday candle”

Biggest “birthday candle”

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For the 50th anniversary of Star Trek™, we wanted to do something special and decided on the biggest “birthday candle” ever. We built it in the Delta-Quadrant directly in front of the film museum to have enough room for the U.S.S. Enterprise which is scheduled to arrive in 2017.
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Update on the construction

Update on the construction

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We took a look into the holy halls of Mack Rides

to get the latest update on the construction of the Star Trek™: Operation Enterprise coaster. The first rails have been shaped and mounted. They’re ready to be transported to Movie Park Germany.

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Rollercoaster with official Star Trek™ license

Rollercoaster with official Star Trek™ license

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Movie Park Germany is the only theme park worldwide to have been granted the official Star Trek™ license.

The Launch Coaster is the second highest building of our park. Its ride elements are unique in all of Europe and it is ready to accelerate your journey to new realms at warp speed.

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