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    Curvature of space-time measured using “atomic fountain”

    In 1797, British scientist Henry Cavendish gravity It is equipped with equipment made of lead balls, wooden rods and wires. In the 21st century, scientists are doing something very similar with atoms, which is a fairly sophisticated tool.

    Gravity may be an early subject in an introductory class of physics, but that doesn’t mean that scientists aren’t trying to measure it more and more accurately.Now a group of physicists did it using the effect of Time dilation — A slowdown in time caused by an increase in velocity or gravity — an atom. In a paper published online today (January 13) in the journal Science, researchers announced that they were able to measure the curvature of space-time.

    Curvature of space-time measured using “atomic fountain”

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