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Inside the fuel tanks of a 747A Boeing 747 can carry 48,445 gallons (183,380 liters) of fuel in a labyrinth of tanks so large that people can actually walk and crawl inside them. Can't believe it? Just watch. (gizmodo.com) More...
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The "aux" tank is in the stabs "center box" in the fuselage, not the stabs themselves. Just to clarify for those that are not aware. :)
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Perhaps even more amazing than that is the fuel system on the B-747/400 model is now computer controlled as opposed to the older versions which had a fuel control panel that would make most professional flight engineers weep with joy.