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The Copernican Orrery

The Copernican Orrery£49.00

A world premiere: the first ever fully functional cardboard orrery! It demonstrates the movements of Mercury, Venus, Earth and Moon around the Sun.

The Desktop Planetarium

The Desktop Planetarium£45.00

Kit for a classical armillary sphere, the standard instrument for observer-centred astronomy for over 2000 years.

The Sextant

The Sextant£29.00

The classical instrument for measuring angles as used by sailors and discoverers.

The Solar Projector

The Solar Projector£29.00

This practical instrument projects the sun onto a view screen.

The Stirling Engine

The Stirling Engine£27.00

Yes, with this cardboard kit you can actually build a working stirling engine

The Magic Lantern

The Magic Lantern£26.00

From the 17th century on magic lanterns made a huge impression on fair ground spectators.

The Newton Telescope

The Newton Telescope£25.00

This is a kit for a fully functional Newton reflecting telescope with Dobsonian mounting.

The Historical Galileo Telescope

The Historical Galileo Telescope£22.00

Kit for a telescope. 12x magnification.

The Universal Sundial Ring

The Universal Sundial Ring£19.00

An extremely robust and beautiful precision instrument.

The Digital Sundial

The Digital Sundial£18.00

This sundial actually shows the time in digits which are projected onto a tilting readout field.

The Kaleidoscope

The Kaleidoscope£18.00

Literally translated a kaleidoscope is a "Ïbeautiful-shape-to-look-at".

The Microscope

The Microscope£18.00

Build your own microscope with 40x magnification and dive into the world of the tiny and tiniest!

The Stardial

The Stardial£18.00

This reconstruction of a 500 year old stardial shows the time with the help of the North Star and the Big Dipper.

The Magnetic Compass

The Magnetic Compass£17.00

The Periscope

The Periscope£17.00

Rugged, intricately printed cardboard kit with two unbreakable, highly polished stainless steel mirrors.

The Solar Filter  Education Kit

The Solar Filter Education Kit£8.50

A proper sun filter, allows observations of sun-spots.

The Galileo Telescope

The Galileo Telescope£7.99

Galileo is famous for being the first man to point a telescope at the night sky.

The Pirate's Telescope

The Pirate's Telescope£7.99

Very simple assembly for old salts and land lubbers alike.

The Small Galileo Telescope

The Small Galileo Telescope£7.99

Two lenses connected by a cardboard tube: it's that simple to build a telescope!

The Solar Telescope Education Kit

The Solar Telescope Education Kit£7.99

With this kit you can build a small telescope with 6x magnification.

 

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