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They are supposed to be upside down, this is how a telescope works. There are additional lenses that can be purchased on some telescopes that flip the image to make it look rightside up, not sure on yours but you can check the web or hobby shops for these. Nothing wrong with your scope, just doing what it is supposed to do.
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