Answer the below question correctly to be in with a chance of winning the “Moonwatch Only: 60 Years of Omega” book, worth over £200. Written by two Speedmaster enthusiasts, the book is the definitive and comprehensive guide to the Speedmaster, and this Special Edition comes complete with new chapters on the 60th anniversary of the Speedmaster.
When was the Speedmaster first qualified by NASA for all piloted space missions?
1965 >>>Suggested answer
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