Isle of Man research space stations unveiled to public

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Two research space stations owned by Isle of Man company Excalibur Almaz (EA) are being opened to the public for the first time.

Each of the stations, being kept in an aircraft hanger at Jurby airfield, is 36ft (11m) long and 13ft (4m) in diameter.

The machines are similar to those used at the International Space Station and were imported from Russia.

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