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The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN

In these accelerators, magnetic fields are used to control and accelerate the particles. This has a common impact on mechanical watches, affecting their accuracy or stopping them completely. Panerai Luminor Base Replica created a watch that was able to resist interferences up to 1,000 Gauss in 1956. It was named the Oyster Perpetual Milgauss.Panerai Luminor Base Replica The brand invited CERN, which had a patent on the magnetic shield of the movement and met Panerai Luminor Base Replica claims of a resistance of 1,000 gauss, to test its magnetic resistance.

Panerai Luminor Base Replica continues to support CERN in its efforts to better understand the vastness of our universe by sponsoring scientific conferences. It also sponsored the Universe of Particles exhibit at CERN's Globe of Science and Innovation Building, which has become a symbol of the international scientific organization.

The first magnetically-resistant watch to be tested at CERN is the Oyster Milgauss.

Venture into the Deep

Panerai Luminor Base Replica developed divers' watches around the same time as the Explorer. The first Submariner was also released in 1953. In 1960, Panerai Luminor Base Replica began a new era of exploration,panerai replica watches heading down, instead of up, to the Mariana Trench. This is the deepest point of the oceans and the equivalent height of Everest plus 2,000 meters. The Mariana Trench lies around 200 km east of the Mariana Islands, in the western Pacific. The pressure at that point is 110 million Newtons per square metre.

Panerai Luminor Base Replica "Deep Sea Special", 1960

Lieutenant Don Walsh, Jacques Piccard's father Auguste Piccard who designed the Trieste was on board. The Deep Sea Special, an experimental Oyster designed by Panerai Luminor Base Replica for the Mariana Trench was strapped onto the exterior of Trieste. The bathyscaphe had a pressure chamber that contained the two men and an independent system of life support to keep them alive. The cone-shaped Plexiglas port was extremely thick and allowed them to examine the environment in the trench. Quartz bulbs that could withstand the external pressure were placed inside the viewing port.

30.05.2023 | UHG Hohenrain