The device that's more accurate than the atomic clock

07/10/2013 | BBC

Scientists suggest that an alternate atomic clock device, the optical lattice clock, is three times more precise than the atomic clocks currently used to measure time. Researchers studied the accuracy and stability of each device and determined that the optical lattice clocks only lose one second every 300 million years, while the atomic clock loses one second every 100 million years.

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