Peter Hennessey must really love anything space-elated because he has built his own Hubble Telescope. You might be wondering, "Are you serious? But isn't that telescope huge?" Yes, it is huge, and yes, he built a life-sized telescope.
What is neat about this whole thing is the telescope is made out of wood. I have to hand it to Peter Hennessey for his time and effort because I know I have little time on my hands to build something massive like this. You can check out this telescope if you're in Cockatoo Island in Sydney Harbour.
Peter Hennessey Builds His Own Hubble Space Telescope
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