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Archimedes - Galaxy

EUR-110882

3D presentation of Milky Way galaxy dates back to third century B.C.
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    1/5

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The word galaxy is derived from the Greek galaxias, literally "milky", a reference to the Milky Way. Galaxies contain varying numbers of planets, star systems, star clusters and types of interstellar clouds.  Archimedes, known for important discoveries in astronomy, constructed a bronze planetarium in which the earth and heavenly bodies all moved in their orbitswhen a crank was turned. Unfortunately for Archimedes there are probably more than 170 billion galaxies in the observable universe. Can you help him to study to this one by separating the parts and joining them back to starting position?
Note globale 3.8
Matière(s) Metal
Editor Eureka Puzzle

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The Customers have given a rate of 1/5 on this product
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  • on 03/30/19

    1/5

    Ce n'est pas vraiment un casse tête. Vous le sortez de la boîte il se démantèle tout seule tellement il ne fonctionne sur aucune accroche. Et pour le remonter ce n'est compliqué, vous placez les petites pièces directement dans la position souhaité. C'est juste jolie en photo mais ce n'est pas un casse-tête de niveau 1.

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