‘Cold atoms’ may improve Earth monitoring – Satellite News Digest

Clyde Space announced a partnership with Teledyne e2v to deliver a world-first in satellite technology. With a high-tech solution provided by Clyde Space, the project team led by Teledyne e2v working with research partner the University of Birmingham, is using quantum technology to provide a technical solution capable of creating ultra-sensitive ‘cold atoms’ in space.


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