Café des Sciences at Pasadena: Atomic Clocks

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Clocks are ubiquitous in the history of the human race. They have been indispensable in many disparate applications, from coordinating events, to navigation, to making ultra-precise scientific measurements. But what is a clock in general, and in particular what are the most accurate clocks, called atomic clocks?

To answer your questions, the Alliance Française de Pasadena and the Office for Science and Technology of the Consulate of France in Los Angeles are pleased to invite to a Café des Sciences on November, Friday 18, 2016 from 7:00PM where Eric Burt, senior researcher at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory will present:

Atomic Clocks

  • When: Friday 18 november 2016 at 7.00PM
  • Where: Alliance Française de Pasadena
  • Presentation in French
  • Free event for members, 10$ for non-members; please RSVP by mail