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2002 NASA/JPL Workshop on Fundamental Physics in Space

May 9–11, 2002
Dana Point, California

JPL Pub No. 03-10

Donald M. Strayer
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Pasadena, California


Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Programmatic Talks

Chapter 2 Low-Temperature/Condensed-Matter Physics

Chapter 3 Gravitation and Relativity Physics

Chapter 4 Laser-Cooled Atomic Physics

Chapter 5 Biological Physics

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          2002 Proceedings (Zip file - 51.5 MB)

Acknowledgement Statement
This publication was prepared at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, under a contract with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

This annual assembly of researchers and management of the NASA Fundamental Physics in Space research program hears presentations covering laser-cooled atomic physics, gravitational and relativity physics, low- temperature/condensed-matter physics, and biological physics, as investigators report on progress in their research efforts. In addition, NASA and JPL managers describe the status of the program leading to flight experiments. These presentations are documented in this publication.

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