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MTU Museum online on the Internet

Visit the MTU Museum online on the Internet. We invite you to embark on a virtual tour of the museum and learn more about engine technology, for example, about the MTR390 engine that is so small and compact in size that it could theoretically be used to power a car.

We also recount some interesting anecdotes, such as the story of the F4A experimental engine that made its way into the museum by sheer happenstance. The website also comes with a number of special effects; thus, for instance, the PW6000 fan can be rotated, and the afterburner of the EJ200 powering the Eurofighter/Typhoon be "switched on", with a click of the mouse.

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In 2014, the museum will be open to the public on one day every three months:
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