Spaceship Earth, or as many around the world like to call it, the big golf ball, is no doubt an iconic part of not only Epcot, but Walt Disney World as a whole. What is Spaceship Earth made of? It’s made of a material called Alucobond, and today I’m going to talk about what it is and where it came from.
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