Video. It's been hidden away for more than 40 years, historic buildings containing the science and research behind this country's aviation history.
But now the giant wind tunnels at the birthplace of Britain's aviation industry are being opened to the public, and will be filled with sound and light art.
Our reporter Divya Kohli, took a tour of the famous Q121 tunnel and spoke to David Wilson from Farnborough Air Sciences Trust and Tatiana Ojjeh from Artliner
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