Paying tribute to the 50th anniversary of the first human landing on the moon

A few days ago, Omega held a “Golden Moments” dinner in Shanghai. Jean-Claude Monachon, vice president of product development and customer service at Omega, and Yang Lan, vice president of Omega China, teamed up with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the NASA space shuttle mission astronaut Jean-Fo. EJean-Francois Clervoy celebrated the great moments of this everlasting history with the guests on the scene. Walking into the dinner scene, I was placed in the vast universe, and the scene also featured the Apollo Plan’s “Flying Eagle” lunar module. Fifty years ago, humans first set foot on the surface of the moon, and forever changed the course of human history. With the Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon, the Omega Speedmaster became the first in the world and the only one to date on the moon. Watch. As the only designated watch approved to participate in NASA’s all manned space missions, the Speedmaster watch has been involved in all six successful human landings to date, as well as many other important moments in space exploration. These glorious journeys have also been brought to The brand is inspired by the constant inspiration. To this day, the Omega Speedmaster is still the designated equipment for many national astronauts and space agencies, as well as one of the permanent equipment of the International Space Station. Monachan, vice president of product development and customer service at Omega, shared how the Omega Speedmaster watch has become an important timekeeping device for the moon landing program from watches designed for racing drivers. He said: “The Supermaster watch started on the track and became a sky. It has received a series of extremely stringent tests from NASA, including high temperature, impact, vibration, vacuum, high pressure, corrosion, humidity, noise, etc. To challenge the extreme environment of the watch, only the Speedmaster watch passed the test and became the only designated watch for NASA’s manned space missions. The retired astronaut Jean-Fran├žois Cleeve’s wonderful debut became a dinner party. The climax. He said: “As with other astronauts, I wear Omega Speedmaster watches in space. It helps me to accurately control the time during mission execution, and I can always know the time of the ground command center.” At the “Time” dinner, Omega also held a golden astronaut giant sculpture exhibition in various famous landmarks across the country. From mid-July, it began to land in Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Chongqing, Changsha, Harbin and other cities.

Omega Speedmaster Series “Apollo 11” 50th Anniversary Limited Edition Watch
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first human landing on the moon, Omega released the limited edition of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 series. Among them, the Moonshine 18K gold model is based on the 1969 Omega at the moon festival celebration dinner, which is presented to the character sergeant’s Supermaster Gold Memorial Moon Watch, but the material and movement are fully upgraded. The case is 42 mm in diameter and is made of the brand new alloy Moonshine 18K gold. Its unique color is inspired by the moonlight in the night sky. Compared to the traditional yellow 18K gold, Moonshine 18K gold color is softer and retro, not easy to oxidize, and the gloss is more durable.

The other 42 mm case is made of stainless steel with a Moonshine 18K gold bezel and polished. At 11 o’clock on the dial, the “11” digital hour scale made of Moonshine 18K gold is attached to the Apollo 11 mission. The Moonshine 18K gold dial at 9 o’clock features blackening and laser engraving to show the pattern that Buzz Aldrin is about to embark on the moon. The back of the watch is laser engraved with the footprint pattern left by the character’s crew on the moon. The two models are equipped with the new Omega 3861 manual winding to the Observatory movement, equipped with a coaxial escapement system, with stop-second function, using Omega’s innovative anti-magnetic material, its precision, anti-magnetic and overall performance have reached The industry required by the Observatory certification is of a higher standard.