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    Channel 4 - Space Cadets

    In the new channel 4 show, Space cadets.



    They have transformed an old USA AirForce base in the UK to a fake russian space training center.

    i THINK this is the place, its around 8 miles outside ipswitch which is where they keep saying it is.

    Only half is in high res though , but it looks like the real deal. correct me if i`am wrong.



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    I would like to ask the audience if this here or this here is the correct one. I've appoved both because I wasn't able to verify the right place.

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    It's filmed at RAF Bentwaters. (the second of your files)
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    It is filmed at Bent Waters because as they said last night its an old american base and Wattisham isn't.

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    Thanks for help.
    Sorry, drunkmonkey, I have to deny your file...

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