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Vintage video with the real atomic clock at NPL [Video]
posted June 15 2012 14:52.01 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Yesterday i uploaded a blog entry with Bill Hammack explaining how the atomic clock operates. Additionally, i wrote some short history of the atomic clock. I talked about Louis Essen and the atomic clock he engineered back in 1955 at the National Physical Laboratory in the UK, based on caesium-133 atom.

Today i stumbled upon this video! A vintage video with the real atoimc clock at NPL!



[Link: National Physical Laboratory]
 
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