Inflatable space structures

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Inflatable space structures are structures which use pressurized air to maintain shape and rigidity. Notable examples of terrestrial inflatable structures include inflatable boats, and some military tents.[citation needed] Inflatable structures are also candidates for space structures, given their low weight, and hence easy transportability.

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