|Arrangement:||3 cars per train. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows for a total of 12 riders per train.|
|Capacity||1,000 riders per hour|
Built on the former site of the Pavillon de Solido.
The name "Mission Kepler" is but a project name. The actual name could be different.
The name "Mission Kepler" refers to Johannes Kepler, a 16th century German mathematician and astronomer who described the laws of interplanetary movement which in turn became the base of Isaac Newton's laws of gravity. The park itself has a futuristic science and discovery oriented theme.
Mission Kepler will feature both indoor and outdoor sections.
A combined cost of € 22 million for the coaster and the building for the indoor sections.