Swiss watchmaker Breitling is the primary sponsor for the S3 company (Swiss Space Systems) and its anti-gravity simulation program, in which the public will soon participate in weightless ZeroG flights. Consequently, Breitling has made the S3 ZeroG Chronograph to adorn the wrists of the participants in S3?s ZeroG project, is set to begin in 2015 in over 15 locations around the world, including Asia, the Middle East and Central America. The lightweight timepiece is housed in a forged titanium case with a SuperQuartz movement, featuring a caliber 73 mechanism COSC certified and thermocompensated with fast timezone adjustment. Its functions include a one tenth of a second chronograph, 60 minute totalizer, 12 hour totalizer and a split-second hand. Adorned with the S3 logo on the dial and rubber strap, the Breitling S3 ZeroG Chronograph will act as something of a boarding pass for passengers of the S3 flight program.