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World’s most precise atomic clock will still be spot-on in 5 billion years

23
Jan
2014

Most of us only pay attention to time when its causing headaches, but the same cant be said of a team of researchers working out of the University of Colorado at Boulder. Led by National Institute of Standards and Technology fellow Jun Ye, theyve crafted an atomic clock that can keep precise time for billions of years, a world record.

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