Excellent! Omega Creates an Exclusive Watch for the Stanmes Conference

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 Excellent! Omega Creates an Exclusive Watch for the Stanmes Conference


Raynald Aeschlimann, president and CEO of Omega, personally took the stage to present the awards to the winners. He then said, Its a great honor for me to be on the same stage with all the leading figures in the scientific community. These awardees are well-deserved, and they have made outstanding contributions to the promotion of human cognition and social progress. Whether in the past or in the future, Omega has always been committed to participating in human space exploration. We are very excited to be here to participate in this grand ceremony and share our common pursuit of excellence.

The Stephen Hawking Prize winners exclusive watch is a super lunar watch made by Sedna? 18K King. The watch was inspired by the super watch worn by astronaut Walter Schirra during his Mercury mission aboard the Sigma 7 spacecraft in 1962, making it the first Omega watch to go into space. On the basis of the prototype watch, the new watch uses polished brown ceramic ring with matte chromium nitride speed scale, while the silver dial is equipped with a small brown PVD dial, reproducing the classic appearance of the first Omega space watch of the Superpower series. WINNEROFTHESTEPHENHAWKINGMEDALFORSCIENCE COMMUNICATION is engraved on the back of the watch, and the design of the Stephen Hawking Medal for Science Communication is engraved by laser, including the logo of the Stanmes Congress and the pattern of the first human space walk by Alexei Leonov, a former Soviet astronaut. And Brian Mays Red Special guitar.

The theme of the Stanmes Conference covers science, art and music, aiming to help the public better understand and appreciate the charm of science. Since 2011, the conference has invited astronauts, Nobel Prize winners and many outstanding people in the fields of science, culture, art and music to give performances and speeches. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11s lunar landing mission, the Stanmes Conference also invited a series of outstanding people in the field of science and space exploration, including astronauts who had participated in Apollos lunar landing mission, the youngest lunar lander to date, Charlie Duke, the eminent Omega ambassador, and the former country. Nicole Stott, a retired NASA astronaut working on the International Space Station and Space Shuttle Project and another eminent Omega ambassador. Source: Netease Fashion Responsible Editor: Yang Yating_NBJ11328

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11s lunar landing mission, the Stanmes Conference also invited a series of outstanding people in the field of science and space exploration, including astronauts who had participated in Apollos lunar landing mission, the youngest lunar lander to date, Charlie Duke, the eminent Omega ambassador, and the former country. Nicole Stott, a retired NASA astronaut working on the International Space Station and Space Shuttle Project and another eminent Omega ambassador.