Accepting the prize in Geneva was OMEGA's president Stephen Urquhart who said, "It is particularly gratifying to accept this incredible recognition for the ‘Dark Side of the Moon’. It honours the OMEGA Speedmaster Professional, of course, but with its blend of ceramic materials and Co-Axial calibre, it has also beautifully introduced the chronograph to a whole new generation.”
The watch has two sub-dials instead of the three associated with its famous ancestor. The 12-hour and 60-minute counter hands are placed on the same sub-dial at 3 o'clock allowing for an intuitive reading of the recorded time.
The name of the Speedmaster "Dark Side of the Moon" honours the Apollo 8 astronauts, who in 1968 were the first people to see the far side of the moon with their own eyes. Notably, each was wearing an OMEGA Speedmaster Professional.
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