Behind the Scenes: A Moment in Time with an Audemars Piguet Master Watchmaker
by A Timely Perspective
The High Priest
-The New York Times
Patek Philippe Officially Announces New Watchmaker Training Program In The U.S.
The Watches Of Bond
Ghost Caught on Camera at
Haunted Clock Museum
by Haunted Lancaster
2008 PCN Tour of the National
Watch & Clock Museum
by Pennsylvania Cable Network
WATCH: Has an eerie World War One
spirit haunted this national museum?
by Daily Star UK
Hands-on with the Runcible, a smart pocket watch - MWC 2015
by The Verge
1945 Newsreel Footage of the Bulova School of Watchmaking
The TAG Heuer Connected is the Apple Watch's first real competitor
by Business Insider
Saved by the Balance: A Watch
That Brought Astronauts Home
From Weightlessness to Water: The Story of Watches in Space Continues— Despite Some Mishaps
Watch spotting makes a great parlor game, Whether singers, actors, athletes, or corrupt Russian politicians whose trove of ticking finery sometimes pop up in arrest footage, one can choose many kinds of individuals whose timepieces are fun to identify and analyze.
Watches worn by movie stars are, of course, noteworthy. Although some timepieces on the silver screen are hardly identifiable and appear to have no special significance, others feature so prominently that they become a crucial part of a hero’s image or even ascend to the level of a pivotal plot element. In the next couple of articles we will look at some timepieces that have had important cameos in movies about space exploration. [...]
In the previous article we looked at some of the earliest wristwatches to travel into space at the beginning of the 1960s. Those were, predictably, Russian-built watches, because the Soviet Union led the way in space exploration. It seems fitting to mention here one more model from America’s Cold War archrival: the Strela (Arrow) chronograph.
This timepiece with a small seconds subdial and a 45-minute counter was manufactured by the First Moscow Watch Factory, which reportedly based its construction on a column-wheel chronograph movement by Venus. The Strela was the first wristwatch to be used in a spacewalk, when cosmonaut Alexei Leonov spent 12 minutes in outer space outside the Voskhod 2 capsule [...]
The Beginning of the Wristwatch
By Adam Harris
On the Clock Changing the Industrialized World
This program is an overview of the National Watch and Clock Museum's latest special exhibit.
by Kim Jovinelli
American Time Only Movement
By Mike Dempsey
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