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Ulysse Nardin Astrolabium G. Galilei

Posted by wristwatch on September 9, 2007


The Astrolabe was developed by ancient astronomers to measure the altitude and direction of celestial bodies over the horizon, calculate the seasons, the movements of the zodiac and to foretell eclipses. This highly complex instrument indicates the position of the sun, the moon and the stars in the sky at any given hour as seen from Earth.
It also indicates sunrise and sunset, dawn and dusk, moonphases, moonrise and moonset, eclipses of sun and moon, the month and the day of the week.


* Ref. Nr. 991-22
* Diameter 40 mm
* Case 18 ct yellow gold case
* Available with a dial (planisphere) for any latitude required
* Movement UN-97
* Power-reserve Approx. 42 hours
* Self-winding
* Water-resistancy 30 meters
* Sapphire crystals
* Leather strap
* Standard buckle

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