The NASA x Interstellar is a NASA-approved watch that contains a piece of real martian meteorite. It’s available to order now on Indiegogo.

Introducing the NASA x Interstellar watch

The NASA x Interstellar is not the first watch we’ve seen that has a 3D planet at its heart – that honour goes to the KAAL Watch Multiverse. Instead of our own blue planet, this watch instead has a replica of the Martian surface – including a piece of the red planet itself.

What the Brand Says…

In honor of humanity’s advancements and exceptional achievements in space travel, INTERSTELLAR, powered by Col&MacArthur is launching a new timepiece. The RED3,721, approved by NASA, telling the story of the “Perseverance”; NASA mission.

The Perseverance Mars Mission

After years of planning and massive investments, NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover was set to launch for its 11-year-long expedition. On the 30th of July 2020, the rover took off from Florida’s space coast aboard a united launch Alliance Atlas V rocket. Perseverance landed on the Jezero crater, a strategic point on Mars that was considered the most dangerous landing ever attempted by the US space agency.

What’s In a Name?

“Red” refers to the popular name given to Mars: “The Red Plabnet”. The number “3,721” corresponds to the gravity of the planet observed during NASA mission. Every single timepiece will be numbered with a certificate to prove the origin of the item. The serial number will be engraved on the back cover of the RED3,721.

Certificate of Authenticity

INTERSTELLAR is being produced in collaboration with The Meteoritical Society, the International Society for Meteorites and Planetary Science. Thanks to them, you will be able to trace the history, the origin, and the technical specifications of the meteorite you wear on your wrist.

NASA x Interstellar Technical Specifications

Buy a NASA x Interstellar watch

You can order your NASA x Instellar watch at Indiegogo now starting at €399 (about £339) – it is another €100 on top if you want the Martian dust option.

By Mike Richmond

Mike spends what little spare time he has writing for WRUK; and what little money he makes building up his collection of timepieces.

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