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MICROSCOPE Mission: First Results of a Space Test of the Equivalence Principle.

- P. Touboul, G. Métris, +40 authors P. Visser
- Physics, Medicine
- Physical review letters
- 4 December 2017

According to the weak equivalence principle, all bodies should fall at the same rate in a gravitational field. The MICROSCOPE satellite, launched in April 2016, aims to test its validity at the… Expand

GRAVITY TESTS IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND THE PIONEER ANOMALY

- M. Jaekel, S. Reynaud
- Physics
- 29 October 2004

We build up a new phenomenological framework associated with a minimal generalization of Einsteinian gravitation theory. When linearity, stationarity and isotropy are assumed, tests in the solar… Expand

Quantum fluctuations in a two-mode parametric oscillator

- S. Reynaud, C. Fabre, E. Giacobino
- Physics
- 1 October 1987

We describe how a two-mode, above-threshold, optical parametric oscillator can generate nonclassical states of light with a large average number of photons: the fluctuation spectrum of the various… Expand

Quantum Limits in Interferometric Measurements

- M. Jaekel, S. Reynaud
- Physics
- 15 October 1990

Quantum noise limits the sensitivity of interferometric measurements. It is generally admitted that it leads to an ultimate sensitivity, the "standard quantum limit". Using a semi-classical analysis… Expand

Exploring gravity with the MIGA large scale atom interferometer

- B. Canuel, A. Bertoldi, +27 authors P. Bouyer
- Physics, Medicine
- Scientific Reports
- 7 March 2017

We present the MIGA experiment, an underground long baseline atom interferometer to study gravity at large scale. The hybrid atom-laser antenna will use several atom interferometers simultaneously… Expand

Post-Einsteinian tests of gravitation

- M. Jaekel, S. Reynaud
- Physics
- 14 October 2005

Einstein gravitation theory can be extended by preserving its geometrical nature but changing the relation between curvature and energy–momentum tensors. This change accounts for radiative… Expand

Post-Einsteinian tests of linearized gravitation

- M. Jaekel, S. Reynaud
- Physics
- 2 February 2005

The general relativistic treatment of gravitation can be extended by preserving the geometrical nature of the theory but modifying the form of the coupling between curvature and stress tensors. The… Expand

Casimir effect with rough metallic mirrors

- P. M. Neto, A. Lambrecht, S. Reynaud
- Physics
- 11 May 2005

We calculate the second-order roughness correction to the Casimir energy for two parallel metallic mirrors. Our results may also be applied to the plane-sphere geometry used in most experiments. The… Expand

Radar ranging and Doppler tracking in post-Einsteinian metric theories of gravity

- M. Jaekel, S. Reynaud
- Physics
- 30 October 2006

The study of post-Einsteinian metric extensions of general relativity (GR), which preserve the metric interpretation of gravity while considering metrics which may differ from that predicted by GR,… Expand

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