There might be nothing that inspires more feelings of adventure and wonderment than space travel. After all, what child doesn't want to be an astronaut when they grow up? But not everyone is lucky enough to go to space, so for most people, it becomes something we can only read about. That's where Werenbach's Earth collection wristwatches come in. These timepieces are made from an actual booster rocket, giving everybody the chance to own, hold, and wear a piece of space history. You can visit the Kickstarter right now to become a part of making this rocket-powered dream a reality, and keep reading to find out how it came to be.
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King Tutankhamen's tomb was found intact in 1922 by archaeologist Howard Carter. 00:16
Research has found that a dagger buried in King Tut's tomb was made of meteoric iron. 00:35
It's fairly common for ancient artifacts to be made of materials that fell from the sky. 01:35
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