Omega honoured the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing

Omega's ambassador George Clooney and NASA veterans honoured the mission that made history at Florida's Kennedy Space Center.
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2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing and to celebrate, Omega whose claim to fame as the first watch worn on the moon hosted a tribute at Florida's Kennedy Space Center in the United States.

Themed Golden Moments, the revered guests, which included NASA veterans, the former astronauts Charlie Duke and Thomas Stafford, Omega's ambassador George Clooney and astronaut-artist Nicole Stott, were invited to the extraordinary evening to remember the mission that made history.



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Jean-François Clervoy, Terry Virts, Nicole Stott, Thomas Stafford, George Clooney, Charlie Duke, James Ragan and Raynald Aeschlimann

"We were heading to the Moon, but we were also grounded, very realistic, and we never took success for granted, not once."


– Charlie Duke

Also, in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the mission that made history, Omega introduces The Speedmaster Apollo 11 Moonshine™ Gold 50th Anniversary Limited Edition

The brilliant design is launched with a limited edition of 1,014 pieces, preserving many of the same historical touches as the original, yet with more innovative features.


Visit omegawatches.com to find out more.



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