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Perfect Time | Sputnik | Laika | Gemini | Apollo | Mir

tre 'Landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth' was accomplished with Apollo-11 mission on July 20th, 1969. Years before, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first person to fly in space.

tre The Apollo clock collection is dedicated to these major human spaceflight milestones of the 20th century.


 

Time continuously displayed along the day.

Date appears every hour during 15 seconds.

Seconds progressively displayed along the peripheric hexagonal path.

Manual settings for time and date.

 

Neon bulbs, glass displays and program memory from russian technology, core electronics made with vintage and modern russian and US components.

Size: 510mm (L), 440mm (H), 50mm (D)

Weight: 9.2 kg / 20.3 lbs





 
tre APOLLO ARTWORK: 21:49:12




tre APOLLO ARTWORK WITH HEXAGONAL RIVETED METAL FRAME




tre APOLLO ARTWORK
CLOSE-UP




tre TIME CONTINUOUSLY DISPLAYED, DATE APPEARS EVERY HOUR




tre SECONDS ALSO DISPLAYED ALONG A PERIPHERIC HEXAGONAL PATH




tre CURRENT TIME: 14:50:19




tre RUSSIAN NEON BULB DETAIL



Collections | Perfect Time | Sputnik | Laika | Gemini | Apollo | Mir


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