Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional Silver Snoopy Award In the failed Apollo 13 mission of 1970, electricity was scarce in the control module after the oxygen tank had exploded. So astronauts used their Speedmaster Professional watches to determine the exact 14 seconds required to execute a potentially catastrophic manoeuvre. One second out and the space capsule would have missed the correct angle of trajectory to re-enter Earth’s atmosphere. It worked, and NASA handed Omega a Snoopy Award in recognition of their achievement that defied the odds. The 42mm stainless steel case contains a hand-wound mechanical movement. Limited to 1,970 pieces.