Abstract

Laser-cooled low-velocity (v < 10 m/s) atomic beams1–2 are important in developing space-qualified, compact and highly accurate frequency standards because the micro-gravity conditions in space do not support the use of atomic fountains.3–4

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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