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Optical Frequency Combs for Space Applications

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Optical frequency comb-based high resolution laser spectroscopy has been demonstrated in space under micro-gravity on two sounding rocket based experiments. The comb has been used to simultaneously measure two different atomic transitions.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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