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You only use this for terrestrial viewing, all astronomical telescopes show upside down images. It's normal.
However, what you need is called an "erecting prism" these are available from several on-line retailers. Here is one for sale: http://www.astronomics.com/main/Image_Erecting_Prisms.asp/catalog_name/Astronomics/category_name/EDNECFUVSRWS8KLNTU5E38XSE1/Page/1
You have two problems: First the erecting prism probably costs almost as much as you paid for the telescope. Second they usually come ion 1.25 inch size, your telescope may be a .965 inch. Measure the hold where the eyepiece goes and see which size you have.
Sometimes Telescope Warehouse on Ebay has the .965 size. http://stores.ebay.com/Telescope-Warehouse
This is a reflector style telescope. The MIRROR is in the base! Light enters the front near the focuser and goes down the tube and bounces off the mirror and back to the front and through the eyepiece. The EYEPIECE end is pointed up.
Your scope TUBE should look like the reflector telescope on this web page: