The Jupiter is a very special case in the known Universe, just as Chronoswiss is an eminently unique player in Swiss watchmaking. Accordingly, an outstanding horological display had to be dedicated to it: the Space Timer Jupiter displays the hours at noon, the minutes and seconds in the center, a moon phase and the date at 6 o'clock. The timepiece is a veritable regulator - a set up that Chronoswiss has become the most active representative of. On the Space Timer Jupiter, Chronoswiss has designed a translucent date disc where odd Arabic numerals are read in Super-LumiNova, while the even dates are made of micro-planets just 0.6 mm in diameter, crowning a sphere of sand-colored titanium showing the moon phase. To describe the infinitely large, the Space Timer Jupiter chooses the infinitely small: A laser-sculpted dial with a nano-printed finish. A true dial-scale solar system where, as Einstein predicted, space and time merge to become space-time.