Editor’s note: Itís a big year for space-themed watches, what with the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing. And of course that means it’s a big year for Omega (who have already announced this solid gold stunner). But it’s worth noting that Omega don’t have a monopoly on that whole space thing. Here are some other out-of-this-world options … Iíve been a little spacey recently ó and not just because Andrew has been reliving the glory of holding Gene Cernanís Speedmaster, and First Man is on our must-watch list. On top of that, Iíve recently re-watched the excellent Hidden Figures and cracked the spine on Andy Weirís The Martian, which probably means Iím part of the wider #marsorbust zeitgeist. After all, itís an exciting time to be interested in space, as itís a space thatís becoming increasingly global and democratised. And of course, for Time+Tide, more space means more space watches ó*which is something we can get behind. So, to celebrate, weíve put together four space-proven watches that arenít the iconic Speedy Ö Seiko 6139-6002 ĎPogueí The Pogue takes its name from Colonel William Pogue, who wore a Seiko 6139 Chronograph for 84 days on 1973ís Skylab 4 mission. Pogue…

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