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High-Performance Optical Frequency References for Space
Journal of Physics, Conference Series
A variety of future space missions rely on the availability of high-performance optical clocks with applications in fundamental physics, geoscience, Earth observation and navigation and ranging. Examples are the gravitational wave detector eLISA (evolved Laser Interferometer Space Antenna), the Earth gravity mission NGGM (Next Generation Gravity Mission) and missions, dedicated to tests of Special Relativity, e.g. by performing a Kennedy-Thorndike experiment testing the boost dependence of thedoi:10.1088/1742-6596/723/1/012047 fatcat:a5froyazybeixl5spdgqt4nhj4