Booster shell inside, aluminium, original processed
Miyota GM10, Quartz
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Processed rocket material
Directly from the rocket
Material from outer shell of the rocket
On closer inspection, differing wear marks mean that no one watch face is the same as any other.
Share the astronauts’ view
The built-in chip allows authentication with an NFC-enabled smartphone. This automatically activates a live stream from space - as long as the ISS is on the Earth's “day side” which is the case every 45 minutes. Otherwise, a countdown to the next live broadcast is shown and other NASA video footage. In addition, information about the rocket’s mission and from which part of the rocket the material comes from can be explored through the dedicated page.
Soyuz MS-09 was the name of a flight mission in which a Soyuz-series Russian spacecraft travelled to the International Space Station (ISS). It was the 56 visit of a Soyuz spacecraft to the ISS and the 138th flight in the Soyuz spacecraft.
On BoardAlexander Gerst, Sergey Prokopyev, Serena M. Auñón-Chancellor
Rocket typeSoyuz FG
Launch locationKasachstan Kosmodrom Baikonur 45°57′54″N 63°18′18″E
Launch date6th June 2018
Launch time11:12:41 UTC