At the beginning of this year, IWC announced a partnership with the “Polaris Dawn” manned space flight mission. This time the brand once again launched the pilot’s chronograph “Polaris Dawn” special edition. Featuring a white ceramic case with a space blue dial, the AAA UK replica watches is designed to support the manned spaceflight mission expected to launch in the fourth quarter of this year. Four timepieces bearing the names of the four crew members will be auctioned after the space trip, and all proceeds will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® is the world’s leading medical institution, leading the way in researching, treating and defeating childhood cancer and other serious diseases.
Previously, high quality IWC fake watches announced a partnership with the “Polaris Dawn” manned space mission during the “Watches and Wonders” Geneva Haute Horlogerie, the first of three manned spaceflight missions in the Polaris program. It was initiated by Jared Isaacman, who directed Inspiration 4, the world’s first all-civilian space mission last year.
The “Polaris Dawn” manned spaceflight mission is planned to launch as early as the fourth quarter of 2022 and will conduct scientific research aimed at advancing human health and exploring the impact of future long-term spaceflight on human health. During the five-day flight, the manned Dragon spacecraft and its crew will travel 1,400 kilometers above the surface, the highest actual orbit ever. They will also attempt to complete the first commercial spacewalk.
In addition to conducting scientific research in space, the North Star Dawn mission will provide financial support for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. As the world’s leading medical institution, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® is at the forefront of researching, treating and defeating childhood cancer and other serious diseases. To this end, IWC designed and donated four special edition space copy watches wholesale. The luxury replica IWC Pilot’s Watches Chronograph “Polaris Dawn” Special Edition (Ref: IW389111) is housed in a 44.5 mm white ceramic case. Creating a ceramic case requires a complex manufacturing process, in which zirconia is mixed with other metal oxides in precise proportions and sintered at high temperatures in a kiln to form the bright white color of the case. The dark blue dial is embellished with a star pattern and mission logo for the 2022 1:1 super clone watches. Additionally, the titanium case is engraved with the names of four crew members, who, in addition to Commander Jared Isaacman, included retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Scott Kidd. Scott ‘Kidd’ Poteet, SpaceX chief space operations engineer Sarah Gillis and Anna Menon.
The “Polaris Dawn” mission will be launched from Launch Site 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and is expected to return after about 5 days in orbit. Four chronographs will also participate in the auction, once again sacred Fundraising for Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. After the Inspiration4 mission last year, the four best replica IWC Pilot’s Chronograph watches raised a total of US$405,000, raising a total of over US$240 million.
Project Polaris is an unprecedented feat to further human exploration of space and solve some of Earth’s most challenging problems. The program consists of three crewed spaceflight missions, the first of which is the Polaris Dawn crewed spaceflight mission, which will launch as early as the fourth quarter of this year, commanded by Jared Isaacman. An accomplished pilot and astronaut, he directed Inspiration4, the world’s first civilian orbital mission, and helped raise more than $240 million for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®.
Jared Isaacman said: “The North Star program is an exciting step forward in space exploration missions, advancing human exploration of space while helping to solve problems on Earth through innovative technologies. This mission we We will strive to achieve the highest Earth orbit ever, and we will attempt the world’s first commercial spacewalk. While achieving these important goals, we will conduct scientific research in orbit to advance human health and explore future long-term spaceflight Impact on Human Health.” Building on the Inspiration4 mission, the North Star Dawn mission will continue to raise funds and expand its reach for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®.