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SpaceX is about to launch a remarkable atomic clock for NASA that may change how we explore space

Business Insider Thursday, 13 June 2019
SpaceX is about to launch a remarkable atomic clock for NASA that may change how we explore space· SpaceX plans to launch its Falcon Heavy rocket, the world's most powerful operational launch system, for the third time on June 24.
· The mission will launch a NASA experiment called the Deep Space Atomic Clock (DSAC) into orbit.
· Atomic clocks are thousands of times more precise than standard watches.
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