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My Fellow Americans: Garo Anserlian's Mars Watches

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My Fellow Americans: Garo Anserlian's Mars Watches

My Fellow Americans: Garo Anserlian's Mars Watches

My Fellow Americans: Garo Anserlian's Mars Watches

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The face of Garo Anserlian's Mars-time watch. courtesy NASA hide caption

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Day to Day presents a first-person account from Garo Anserlian, a watch maker in Montrose, Calif., about what it was like to create a watch that runs on Martian time.

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