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Hey guys, I'm new to electronics and I've been looking at this circuit and I wanted to test my understanding.

From what I see:

-positive charge flows in at Vcc and at first most of the current flows toward charging the 470uF capacitor

-eventually the capacitor is fully charged and it behaves like an open circuit

-around this point the threshold is passed, causing a high out at pin 3 and opening the discharge pin to ground, causing the capacitor to discharge through pin 7

-the positive voltage at pins 2, 7 and 6 drops until it is below the pin 2 trigger, closing 7 and resetting the circuit to charge 7

If I got anything wrong any corrections would be much appreciated

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