The first operational caesium-beam frequency standard, built by Essen and Parry in the United Kingdom, began to provide data in mid-1955 and thus opened a new era in the measurement of time.
KeywordsGlobal Position System Atomic Clock Clock Correction Master Clock Atomic Time
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