Telescope Frame

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Frame of a simple telescope

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The telescope was first showed to the public 405 years ago on this day (8/25), so to commemorate it, I've made a telescope of my own. You'll need to add lenses to get magnification, though, I can't provide those. The design is an actual telescoping mechanism, though, so that's pretty cool.

Product specs Size: 40 x 38 x 12mm Band width: 40mm Water resistance: 3ATM Functions: Time Battery: CR2016 battery Module: 32,768Hertz Quartz Crystal Oscillation Frequency Display: Analog Case material: Co-molded with PU body Case back: Stainless Steel/Screw in Warranty: 1 year

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