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[i]Further to the recent reveals of journalists and after serious check of the information, we are proud to confirm that the NASA has embarked a Panerai watch in the International Space Station.
The mission is still ongoing as it is organized from Oct 17th, 2021 up to March 28th, 2022.
As it has been covered by a 7 hours broadcast from the official stream of NASA TV on the 19 January 2022 at 6am, Russian Commander Anton Shkaplerov was wearing a Radiomir 45mm PAM210. The watch has been associated moreover to a mission as part of an Extra Vehicular Activity in the space.
The external temperature of an EVA goes from +121 degrees when exposed to the sun to -157 degrees when the astronaut is in the shadow.
If our timepieces have been tested since many years and in many occasions in the depth of various oceans, it is the very first time we have one of our watch in the space.
We are glad that one of our timepiece has been selected for this activity.
You will find below some pictures selected from the 7 hours of broadcasting.[/i]
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