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A frequency comb and precision spectroscopy experiment in space

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Abstract

A frequency comb, DFB diode laser and rubidium spectroscopy cell have been developed and commissioned on a sounding rocket mission to demonstrate their technological maturity. The first laser spectroscopy experiment on an optical transition in space is performed.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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