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How can everyday tech give space-based atomic clocks... The Engineering Edge?
Professor Lucy Rogers Ph.D. is heading to Surrey Space Centre, one of the world leaders for low-cost technology and applications for the space industry.
She is finding out how they are using everyday technology to develop a laser system for use in the next generation of atomic clocks, which are bound for space, replacing the microwaves currently used in existing clocks such as those in Galileo.