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At the height of the space race of the 1960s, work was conducted on many manned programmes. As these programmes called for the development and construction of quite a number of simulators, the government issued a decree that formalised a reorganisation of the Flight Research Institute on 21 August 1967.


Simulator Building Crew Member Parabolic Flight Design Bureau Descent Module 
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