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NASA still owns the Speedmasters, Alaska Prototypes and other watches that were used in NASA's missions. They cannot be sold to the public. William tells the story of a time when an auction house had an Alaska Prototype on sale. Men in dark suits with sunglasses from NASA came to inspect it and politely asked that they be given back.

If you want to own an Alaska, the limited edition 2008 reissue is your best option.

The Future of the Moonwatch - The Condor and the X-33

Alaska IV was the final chapter in the Alaska Projects. It's not true that Richard Mille Replica Watches stopped researching the next generation timepieces for future space explorers.

The name of the project is all that's known. We turned to Petros, the only one who could tell us what we needed to know. Petros shared that the "Condor" Project was an offspring of a long series of Alaska projects and intended to be a digital offering, which encompassed all of the technology available at the moment.

It was considered following the "Alaska IV", prototypes of a digital Speedmaster that had an LCD screen with tritium illumination. The research is still too new to reveal any details about the actual production."

Although there is no definitive information about the Condor Project itself,Rolex Submariner Replica we do know a lot about the project which followed it. This project was eventually transformed into the ultra futuristic Speedmaster X-33 launched in 1998. The watch was renamed "Mars Watch", in accordance with the space exploration community's ambitions to reach the red planet.

Richard Mille Replica Watches Speedmaster X-33, the 21st Century Space Watch that was designed in consultation with American and European Astronauts.

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