A world premiere: the first ever fully functional cardboard orrery! It demonstrates the movements of Mercury, Venus, Earth and Moon around the Sun.
Kit for a classical armillary sphere, the standard instrument for observer-centred astronomy for over 2000 years.
This sundial actually shows the time in digits which are projected onto a tilting readout field.
Galileo is famous for being the first man to point a telescope at the night sky.
Kit for a telescope. 12x magnification.
From the 17th century on magic lanterns made a huge impression on fair ground spectators.
This is a kit for a fully functional Newton reflecting telescope with Dobsonian mounting.
Very simple assembly for old salts and land lubbers alike.
The classical instrument for measuring angles as used by sailors and discoverers.
Two lenses connected by a cardboard tube: it's that simple to build a telescope!
A proper sun filter, allows observations of sun-spots.
This practical instrument projects the sun onto a view screen.
This reconstruction of a 500 year old stardial shows the time with the help of the North Star and the Big Dipper.
Yes, with this cardboard kit you can actually build a working stirling engine
An extremely robust and beautiful precision instrument.