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The Comet was an all-metal low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by four jet engines; it had a four-place cockpit occupied by two pilots, a flight engineer, and a navigator. [29] The clean, low-drag design of the aircraft featured many design elements that were fairly uncommon at the time, including a swept-wing leading edge, integral wing fuel tanks, and four-wheel bogie main undercarriage units designed by de Havilland. [29] Two pairs of turbojet engines (on the Comet 1s, Halford Ghosts, subsequently known as de Havilland Ghost 50 Mk1s) were buried into the wings. [30]

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