Hours, retrograde minutes, precision moon phase, retrograde perpetual calendar on the back, retrograde double-sided date, power reserve, seconds on the double-sided flying tourbillon
The sun is represented by the oneminute
flying tourbillon, the raised carriage bridge of which
evokes the sun’s fiery rays. An index fixed to the carriage wheel
indicates the seconds on a 1200 sector scaled to 20 seconds.
The imposing, hemispherical Earth, on which oceans, relief,
deserts, forests, clouds and air currents are meticulously represented,
rotates around its own axis and indicates the hours
over a natural cycle of 24 hours. Lastly, a spherical moon orbits
the Earth according to its exact synodic period of 29,53 days.