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GRAHAM Release The Moon Watch

Celestial mechanics have been a major scientific quest for centuries as well as a constant source of fascination and inspiration for mankind.

Our senses are aroused as we gaze at the celestial mystery and serene beauty of the Moon. “The Moon has a face like the clock in the hall” wrote Robert Louis Stevenson in one of his poems, finely insisting on the undeniable connection between time and space. GRAHAM celestial manual flying Tourbillon, called Geo.Graham The Moon, which features a perpetual moon retrograde function, embodies the mastery of astronomy applied to high-end watch making.

His head up to the sky, George Graham had a great love for observing the Moon while creating his  time machines. He spent lots of his time staring at the universe and finding many solution to his mechanical watch making dilemma. Friend of the astronomers, he worked on Sir Newton’s theories of gravitation to elaborate very precise mechanisms combining the magic of the sky and watch  making science.

Over the years, the Moon has remained an object of curiosity which has greatly influenced life on Earth. It has helped to determine physical locations, to track time and more generally to develop mathematics and science. People switched from simply watching the time pass by, to the use of time as an inestimable travelling tool.

His head up to the sky, George Graham had a great love for observing the Moon while creating his time machines. He spent lots of his time staring at the universe and finding many solution to his mechanical watch making dilemma. Friend of the astronomers, he worked on Sir Newton’s theories of gravitation to elaborate very precise mechanisms combining the magic of the sky and watch making science.

Over the years, the Moon has remained an object of curiosity which has greatly influenced life on Earth. It has helped to determine physical locations, to track time and more generally to develop mathematics and science. People switched from simply watching the time pass by, to the use of time as an inestimable travelling tool.

(Source: GRAHAM)

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