Closely spaced saccades.

@article{Bahill1975CloselySS,
  title={Closely spaced saccades.},
  author={A. Terry Bahill and K A Bahill and Michael R. Clark and L. Stark},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology},
  year={1975},
  volume={14 4},
  pages={317-21}
}
The relationships between saccadic velocity, duration, and magnitude have been used to prove the normalcy of saccades with intersaccadic intervals of less than 200 ms. Pairs of normal saccades with small intersaccadic intervals will have the second saccade larger or smaller and going in the same or the opposite direction than the first saccade. These normal saccades may be horizontal, vertical, or oblique.