Yema’s latest French moonwatch designed in collaboration with France’s Space Agency commemorate the 30th anniversary of French parabolic flights (simulated gravity). Designed to meet the strict requirements of ZERO-G flights’ crew members, this new Spacegraf combines perfect readability at all times with high precision. The chronograph feature allows precise reading of G periods during parabolic flights and easiness-of-use when in weightlessness.
Epson YM90A. Frequency: 32,768Hz. Antimagnetism greater than 1600 A / m (DC magnetic field)
Hour, minute, 1/5 second chronograph, Chronograph minute counter at 6 o'clock. Minutes/seconds track with 2G zones in white and Zero-G zone in red
Black or Blue canvas
PVD coated pin buckle
10 Bar / 330 Feet / 100 m
In 1982, the first Western-European astronaut, Jean-Loup Chrétien,
was sent into space wearing on his wrist a YEMA chronograph. In 1985 NASA’s Discovery shuttle took off
with Patrick Baudry on board and a YEMA on his wrist for the first Franco-American orbital flight mission.
Since then, YEMA continuously collaborates with France’s Space Agency (CNES) in designing
chronographs to equip French astronauts. Today YEMA introduces the new Spacegraf ZERO-G to
commemorate the 30th anniversary of French simulated microgravity (weightlessness) flights. The
Spacegraf ZERO-G has been tested in real conditions during France’s Space Agency parabolic flights
helping the scientific crew to anticipate the recurrent zero G phases thanks to the chronograph function.
The new Spacegraf ZERO-G is available in 3 variants at yema.com.