Impossible Astronaut Day is an annual worldwide holiday celebrating the release of the sixth season of the famous Doctor Who series. It quickly became popular not only in America, but all over the world, and gained a cult status among fans of cinema. It is celebrated on April 23.
The history of the holiday begins on April 23, 2011, when the first episode of season 6 of “Doctor Who” hit television screens.
The first episode tells the story of a doctor who is an alien with the ability to travel through time using a special device, which is his spacecraft, the Tardis. The series introduces a new kind of monster called the Silence.
The episode was very successful and brought the creators an excellent profit. The number of views exceeded all expectations. To date, it is one of the best and brightest episodes of the entire television series. However, if you haven’t watched the series yet, we recommend to start with the first season, otherwise many moments will be incomprehensible and you won’t enjoy watching it!
- “Doctor Who is a long-lived TV series that has been around for decades. The first time viewers saw it on TV was in 1963!
- The letter that viewers could see in Episode 1 gives the coordinates as 37°00’38 “N 110°14’34 “W.
How to celebrate
Watch (or re-watch) season 6 of the show that day. Do it alone or get together with family/friends. Read interesting facts about the making of the show.
Tell us about the holiday on social media. Ask users what was their favorite part of season 6 of the show?
When Impossible Astronaut Day celebrated in 2023?
Impossible Astronaut Day is observed on April 23 each year.