Atomic Clock In Space To Test Changing Speed Of Light
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Louise Riofrio is educated in physics and astronomy and worked as a scientist at NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston. She performed experiments with priceless Apollo lunar samples. In spare time, she used the Moon to test theories of cosmology. She works for an observatory association in Hawaii.

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Atomic Clock In Space To Test Changing Speed Of Light

Look how a single candle can both defy and define the darkness — Anne Frank In 1919, a total eclipse expedition led by Arthur Eddington helped verify Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity. By observing the eclipse from the African island of Principe, Eddington was able to show that light paths are bent by gravity. In 2019, the European Space Agency’s Atomic Clock Ensemble in Space (ACES) is being prepared to fly to the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX...

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