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The MeisterSinger Astroscope displays the weekdays as they’ve never been shown before: related to the heavenly bodies they have been associated with since time immemorial. The sun and the moon divide our time into day and night and the year into twelve months. While dividing a week into seven days does not follow any particular astronomical rhythm, the convention does have its roots in mythology. Throughout history, the days of the week and their connection to celestial bodies is an enduring tradition that the Astroscope pays tribute to, powered by a Swiss automatic movement.