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All astronomical telescopes show upside down images. There is no up or down in space.

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Everything is upside down on side eye piece. When viewing through the scope that's on the side of the telescope itself, everything is upside down. No matter which way it is turned, the same problem exists.


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Everything is upside down its an inexpensive national geogra childs telescope when you look thru it everything is upside down


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