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1 Years ago

New super-accurate optical atomic clocks pass critical test: Progress towards an optically defined second could improve advanced communication and the search for new physics

Researchers have measured an optical clock's ticking with record-breaking accuracy while also showing the clock can be operated with unprecedented consistency. These achievements represent a significant step toward demonstrating that the new generation of optical atomic clocks are accurate and robust enough to be used to redefine the official length of a second, which is currently based on microwave atomic clocks.

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  • Himansh SrivastavaThis is soo intresting .....but is there any limitation of this.....i mean it is a atomic optical clock...than is there any radiation.....how is it work and how we give such unbreakable accuracy
  • 1 Years ago
  • Himansh SrivastavaThis is soo intresting .....but is there any limitation of this.....i mean it is a atomic optical clock...than is there any radiation.....how is it work and how we give such unbreakable accuracy
  • 1 Years ago

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