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Lot #4368
Hans Schlegel's STS-122 Flown Casio Marlin Wristwatch

Flown Casio wristwatch worn by Space Shuttle astronaut Hans Schlegel during the STS-122 mission

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Flown Casio wristwatch worn by Space Shuttle astronaut Hans Schlegel during the STS-122 mission

Veteran Space Shuttle astronaut Hans Schlegel’s flown Casio Marlin MDV-102 200m Super Illuminator diver wristwatch that he wore as a Mission Specialist during the STS-122 mission, which launched aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis on February 7, 2008. The water-resistant watch (Model 3304) features a stainless steel case and includes its original rubber strap. Includes a signed certificate of authenticity from Schlegel, who attests that the watch was “flown into space by me on mission STS-122/1E” and that it “has been in my personal collection ever since.” In fine condition. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Florian Noller of Been in Space, which contains an image of Schlegel posing with the offered flown watch and signed certificate of authenticity.

STS-122 marked the 24th shuttle mission to the ISS and, as such, was referred to as ISS-1E by the ISS program. The primary objective of STS-122 was to deliver the European Columbus science laboratory, built by the European Space Agency (ESA), to the station. During the mission, Schlegel was to perform a spacewalk on the first EVA set for Sunday, February 10, 2008, in preparation for attaching the Columbus laboratory to the ISS. The EVA was postponed due to an undisclosed medical issue affecting Schlegel, and Stanley G. Love ultimately took his place on the first EVA. However, Schlegel did perform the second EVA on February 13th. During the spacewalk, he completed the replacement of the Nitrogen Tank Assembly on the P1 truss of the International Space Station, and installed trunnion covers on the Columbus module.

Auction Info

  • Auction Title: Space Exploration and Aviation
  • Dates: #691 - Ended April 25, 2024