Solar System Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

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Assemble all 250 pieces of this Solar System Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle and behold a magnificent image of the heavens we inhabit. Finely crafted in England from sustainably harvested wood superimposed with state of the art laser imaging, this puzzle includes a number of thematic "whimsies"—pieces shaped on a whim to reflect the theme of the puzzle.

Museum Story

Through its studies in Solar, Stellar, and Planetary Sciences, the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory explores the physical processes that determine the nature and evolution of the universe.

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Assembled: 14" x 10". Ages 12 and up.

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Eric Kennedy

November 16, 2020

Customer Rating: 5 out of 5 We enjoyed putting this wooden puzzle together and...

We enjoyed putting this wooden puzzle together and also learned about the universe. The pieces are well made and contained many pieces that were space related. Highly recommended. Austin, TX

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Heide Watterloh

July 20, 2020

Customer Rating: 5 out of 5 The previous review comments on the size of Earth,...

The previous review comments on the size of Earth, verses the rest of the Universe. I feel, that the makers intent was, to actually highlight Earth in all of its glory, so we might appreciate and honor the planet lent to us in good faith. I bought the puzzle for the beautiful colors and am looking forward to the challenge I will experience in building it together, not for the scientific correctness of individual planet size. Hampton, VA, VA

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David Easton

July 6, 2020

Customer Rating: 3 out of 5 OK I can't really give a totally fair review becau...

OK I can't really give a totally fair review because I didn't purchase it so I can't comment on the construction, but looking at the picture...EARTH is portrayed as the largest planet...C'mon Smithsonian ...REALLY? I would expect you to have a somewhat scientifically accurate product! Maplewood, NJ

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