In Cape Canaveral, Florida, well-known actors and astronauts gathered to celebrate the world-changing ‘Apollo 11’ feat of landing on the moon, and jointly presented Omega the first one worn on the moon Watches-Speedmaster toasts.
During the one-day event, various parties discussed a series of space-related topics, including ‘Challenge the Limits’ and ‘Moon Table: Past and Present.’ Subsequently, media from all walks of life and VIPs attended the ‘Glorious Moment of the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing’ dinner. George Clooney, Amal Clooney, Buzz Aldrin, Charlie Duke (CharlieDuke) and Thomas Stafford (Thomas Stafford) came to the scene.
Astronauts are telling fascinating stories, and to ensure the success of the Apollo program, they are brave enough to fight ahead. The atmosphere was relaxed and happy, and the memories flowed like springs. Although the omega celebrity ambassador George Clooney is a movie star himself, it is clear that he is in awe of the heroes of his childhood and strives to make their glorious feats the focus of this celebration.
In addition, astronaut and artist Nicole Stott, NASA pilot and International Space Station commander Terry Virts, European Space Agency astronaut, NASA veteran Jean-François Clervoy, a former NASA engineer, and Jim Ragan, the pusher behind the lunar watch, also attended two talks during the day and the ‘Moon Landing 50’ Anniversary Brilliant Moment ‘celebration dinner.
Of course, without a special commemorative edition watch to commemorate this milestone of Omega, it is inevitable. In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the first human landing on the moon, Omega has released a 42mm Speedmaster series watch, made of Moonshine ™ 18K gold, a unique new alloy that is slightly lighter in color than traditional yellow K gold, but has a color More durable and does not fade over time.