Very nice; Fortis watches have a clean look that I love.
As far as the scratches, you can "brush" them out, going in the same direction as the original brush strokes. You need something that provides about the right grit of mild abrasive; people have had success with pot scouring pads.
Congrats! I've owned a chronograph version for over a decade.
I'm not sure I'd try to do anything about scratches as the finish is non-directional and it will be tough to remove scratches short of polishing out the finish. The good news is over time scratches simply seem to disappear into the finish as long as they are not too deep.
Lastly, an oddity is that the watch is a Cosmonauts, not a Cosmonaut. I don't know why Fortis uses the s on the end, but that's what they do. Look at the dial if you want to verify this.
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