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The July/August Watch & Clock Bulletin is proud to have a special section celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing. This section discusses The Moonwatch, the stories of NASA missions, the people playing key roles in those stories, and a clock in the NAWCC Watch & Clock Museum from 1955 that told the time on Mars.
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289 A Remote Meeting of Chapter 133 in Zaandam, the Netherlands By Neil Kuns
293 The Moonwatch, Part 2 By Alan A. Nelson
300 The First Automatic Chronograph Worn in Space By Edwin Fasanella
302 The Museum Connection
304 The Marvelous Maillardet Automaton, Part 3
315 Traveling Through Time With F.P. Journe’s Resonance
328 André-Charles Caron—A Watch Maker’s Shop (boutique d’horloger) on rue Saint-Denis, Paris, Circa 1750 By Robert St-Louis
347 ClockWork Festival Re-Cap By Sara Butler-Tongate, Kim Jovinelli, Gillian Radel, and Clayton Tongate
349 A Marine Chronometer and Its Two-Year Adventure Above the Arctic Circle By Burt Cifrulak