NAWCC Bulletin No. 440: July/August 2019

Table of Contents

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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Members can also access the covers, contact information, hours of operation, messages, committees, and dates to remember.

Members also have access to the articles and features in flipbook format or in PDF format by clicking on the page numbers.


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


285 Vox Temporis
318 Horologica
322 Research Activities & News
327 Poem
340 Life IS Fair!
345 Watch News
366 For All Time 75th Anniversary Endowment and Capital Campaign
376 In Memory of and Obituaries

Association News

355 Donor Recognition April 2018 to March 2019
365 Champions
369 Contributing Members
371 John Harrison Endowment Society
372 Tempus Vitam Regit Society
373 The 1943 Heritage Society

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