In 1969, Buzz Aldrin wore the Speedmaster with black dial, which had been regarded as one of the most symbolic watches in 20th century.
In the middle of 1960s, when NASA bid for watches to be used in the space program, the shortlist included Rolex, Omega and Longines. After a series of tests, the Omega Speedmaster was officially approved by NASA. In 1969, Buzz Aldrin became the second human who walked on the moon. While the Speedmaster ST105.012 fake with steel case became the first watch landing on the moon.
Unfortunately, Aldrin’s Speedmaster returned to Earth safely. But when he sent it to save for future generations. It was lost in transit. Now, the Speedmaster is still the only watch that has passed EVA certification of NASA.