ULYSSE NARDIN EXECUTIVE MOONSTRUCK WORLDTIMER
Simplicity through watchmaking eloquence: this new model remains the only watch to depict the movements of the moon and sun in relation to the Earth, as well as a map of the tides. In the centre of the dial, the Northern Hemisphere is depicted as seen from above the North Pole. Six o’clock in London represents the Greenwich meridian, marking Greenwich Mean Time. Three concentric discs turn around this fixed map of the world. The outermost circle features a symbol representing the sun. This Th solar disc, which completes one revolut revolution in 24 hours, also sweeps over a display di of 24 time zones and is equipped with a day/night indicator. These markings control the Worldtimer f function, allowing the wearer to simultaneously sim display the time in th the 24 cities inscribed on the internal inte flange. As for the moon, moo this appears on a lower orbit. Two discs work together to here: on top, the th first functions as a circular ci window showing th the position of the Earth’s satelli satellite; below, the second disc, in gold, shows the changing phases of the moon. By separatin separating this unique display into two rotati rotating parts, Ulysse Nardin has accomplis accomplished such a high level of precision tha that the time lag for each lunar month is ju just 5.7 seconds per day, or one day in 40 years.