# ESA Science & Technology - Publication Archive

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## Publication archive

Published: 07 April 2000

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Published: 11 March 2000

Published: 10 March 2000

^{17}at room temperature. The main novelty is to modulate the expected differential signal of an EP violation at the spin rate of the spacecraft (2 Hz). As compared to other experiments, the modulation frequency is increased by more than a factor 10

^{4}, thus reducing 1/f (low frequency) electronic and mechanical noise. The challenge in this field is to fly an experiment able to improve by many orders of magnitude the current best sensitivity (of about 1 part 10

^{12}). This requires spurious relative motions of the test bodies to be greatly reduced, leaving them essentially motionless. Doing that with more than one pair of bodies appears to be an unnecessary complication. This is why GG is now proposed with a single pair of test masses. -- Remainder of abstract truncated --

Published: 15 January 2000

Published: 15 January 2000

Published: 15 January 2000

Published: 15 January 2000

Published: 15 December 1999

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Published: 10 August 1999

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Published: 02 May 1999

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Published: 02 May 1999

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