The new Bovet Récital 20 Astérium continues the scene previously set by its acclaimed predecessor, the Récital 18 Shooting Star, by reprising the characteristic shaped case to display a wealth of indications, astronomical or otherwise. What is more, the two timepieces form the two faces of a coin that represents time and space, two notions that are inextricably linked. For with these timepieces, Pascal Raffy and the Bovet watchmakers invite us to explore our world from two perspectives. While the watchmakers chose to soar above and offer a celestial view of our planet with its 24 time zones visible at a glance for the Shooting Star, they have returned to Earth for the Astérium and lifted their eyes to the skies. Here, we give you our thoughts on the Récital 20 Astérium, the newest member of Bovet’s Dimier collection.