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Didn't u check the instructions its supposed to look like that
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
That is just the nature of the beast with most telescopes. When there are two concave or positive lenses in play, the object being viewed appears upside down.
The ways around this are using one positive and one negative (convex) lenses or adding a third lenses. The options for a third is sometimes referred to as an erector eyepiece.
As it stands, if it's upside down, it's assembled correctly
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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