Cold Atom Space Payload Accelerometer aims to advance climate modelling

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Teledyne e2v’s Chelmsford-based Space & Quantum team are working on the development of a Cold Atom Space Payload (CASPA) Accelerometer, for future space missions’ ability to take sensitive measurements of atmospheric drag. The aim is that the sensors will improve scientifc understanding of upper atmospheric dynamics and drive advances in climate modelling, weather forecasting and …

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