Really? I thought that Buzz Aldrin had a 145.012 and Neil Armstrong had a 105.012, but Armstrong left his in the LEV during the moonwalk? I've read a lot about that?Uhhh, don't think so. But it's still a nice watch and we know that a 145.012 did in fact circle the moon in the Apollo XI command module. |>
This is an issue the late Chuck Maddox and others spent years researching without any resolution.Really? I thought that Buzz Aldrin had a 145.012 and Neil Armstrong had a 105.012, but Armstrong left his in the LEV during the moonwalk? I've read a lot about that?
Buzz Aldrin Speedmaster has the following information: Calibre 321, Case # 145.012
- Speedmaster qualification
The Omega Speedmaster was the first watch worn on the moon, as Buzz Aldrin wore his Speedmaster 145.012 fitted with the Omega 321 caliber on July 20, 1969. (Neil Armstrong left his Speedmaster inside the lunar module Eagle during his famous first walk).
- Omega Speedmaster - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On this is staying as is. If I was going to restore it, I would have gotten a new 3572. I love the aged look to it.Well, whether or not it is the moon watch model, it's very nice - love that dial and the bezel has seen some action! Are you keeping it as is, or going for the restoration?
Well, one language is enough, but it has to be english, as 2/3 of the world speaks English.Third language! I'm still getting to grips with it, and it's my only language!
Interesting observations re the table. I'm surprised that hasn't been brought up in the past if correct.