Based upon the Apollo 11 50th anniversary in Gold, a numbered #1014 edition Gold Speedmaster, what can we expect for the Steel version ? Based on the Revolution Watch video with Omega CEO Raynald Aeschlimann, what was Omega thinking ? 1. Due to the success & fame in the vintage market, Omega's starting point was to create the same emotion and soul of a 1969 watch, especially for the 50th anniversary Apollo 11 Speedmaster. Hence DON bezel, applied logo, even a cubic crater box, etc... 2. It was important to bring new technologies (3861 master chronometer movement + new materials for dial = Moonshine gold alloy and a bezel in ceramic), characteristics of an innovative brand. 3. Gold version is a numbered edition #1014 not limited edition Speedmaster but with an enormous accessibility via Social Media (#SpeedyTuesday) is important to reach out to the Speedmaster community. What could this mean for the Apollo 11 50th anniversary in Steel ? 1. Vintage market emotion & soul: maybe a 105.012 lookalike with applied logo dial, drop end chronometer hand and DON bezel ? A tribute to Omega's close historical link with the 1960s conquest of space ? 2. New technologies: Co-axial escapement ? New material for movement (display caseback ?) and new material for dial & bezel... we have even seen luminova subdials on the #SpeedyTuesday2... So lots of possible innovations there. 3. Limited edition production numbers: Reaching out to the Speedmaster community would probably mean at least size order ~ ten thousand Speedmaster chronographs for the steel version... What else to remember ? They talked about the importance of a 50th anniversary and mentioned the Alaska Project. Well 2019 is also the 50th anniversary of the Alaska Project and we still might see a tribute to the black radial dial Alaska III project as used by the Space Shuttle astronauts between 1981 and 1994... Omega's perfect space watch! The Gold version was unexpectedly revealed before the planned March 2019 Omega event... will Omega do the same for the Steel version ? Certainly, there's a lot of anticipation and the earlier the Speedmaster community knows the new chronographs, the more interest there will be... So keeping our eyes open for another SpeedyTuesday soon ?