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KALEXUS - a Potassium Laser System with Autonomous Frequency Stabilization on a Sounding Rocket

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Autonomous laser frequency stabilization is a prerequisite for future space-borne atomic physics experiments. The KALEXUS experiment performed frequency stabilization of two 767 nm extended cavity diode lasers onboard the TEXUS 53 sounding rocket.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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