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A U.S. Laser-Cooled Atomic-Clock System for Space

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Author(s)

Donald Sullivan, Thomas P. Heavner, Leo W. Hollberg, D Meekhof, Thomas E. Parker, William D. Phillips, S L. Rolston, Hugh Robinson, Jon H. Shirley, F L. Walls, Neil Ashby, W Kepstein, L Maleki, D Seidel, R Q. Thompson, S Wu, L Young, R Vessot, E Mattison, A Demarchi
Proceedings Title
Intl. Conf. on Time and Frequency
Conference Dates
February 6-7, 2001
Conference Location
New Delhi, IN
Conference Title
Proc. Intl. Conf. on Time and Frequency

Citation

Sullivan, D. , Heavner, T. , Hollberg, L. , Meekhof, D. , Parker, T. , Phillips, W. , Rolston, S. , Robinson, H. , Shirley, J. , Walls, F. , Ashby, N. , Kepstein, W. , Maleki, L. , Seidel, D. , Thompson, R. , Wu, S. , Young, L. , Vessot, R. , Mattison, E. and Demarchi, A. (2001), A U.S. Laser-Cooled Atomic-Clock System for Space, Intl. Conf. on Time and Frequency , New Delhi, IN (Accessed June 15, 2024)

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Created January 1, 2001, Updated February 17, 2017