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Forum:Hardware & Flown Items
Topic:Modern astronaut and cosmonaut watches
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YankeeClipperI could be wrong, but that looks to have many of the characteristics of a Speedmaster. I don't think it is a Fortis.
Greggy_DYep, looks like a Speedmaster.
perssjThanks for your expertize. I concur, and during my continuing looks I found the complete spacewalk from Ustream on the ATV blog.

The nice timepiece is in sight all the time (with the correct time). Still going strong as the "outside" watch.

Robert PearlmanExpedition 40 flight engineer Oleg Artemyev shared from aboard the International Space Station this photo of the various watches and time keeping devices he uses in orbit.

PhilipGreat to see that the Omega Speedmaster is still there.

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