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    An Orrery demonstrates many of the important aspects of the monthly and annual movements of the Earth and Moon. The first was made by George Graham in 1710

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    Vicki Lane Mysteries: Irrational Orrery Lust.

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Steampunk Offices, Astronomy Devices, Scientific Instruments, Steampunk Gizmos, Navigation Instruments, Steampunk Gadgets, Orrery Demonstrations, Irrational Orrery, Exotic Object

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