Abstract

Highly stable frequency combs generated by advanced mode-locked femtosecond lasers have led to several breakthroughs in the field of precision optical metrology, precision measurements and applications such as laser-based gas sensing and molecular fingerprinting [1]. Today such femtosecond lasers also show a high potential for space-related applications, e.g. Refs [2,3]. For this, optical frequency combs from mode-locked femtosecond lasers must be capable of surviving a whole set of challenging environmental conditions along the whole lifetime of a typical space mission, especially high energy radiations.

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