Science & Technology
World's most accurate clock unveiled
By T.K. Randall
April 17, 2009 · 9 comments
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The world's most accurate clock has been unveiled by scientists, the new atomic clock loses one second every 300 million years making it twice as accurate as the clocks used to regulate international time zones.
Perfect timekeeping has taken a step closer to reality after scientists developed a clock that loses just a second every 300 million years. The researchers claim the new atomic clock is more than twice as accurate as timepieces currently used to regulate international time zones and satellite systems."
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