Testing long-distance modifications of gravity to 100 astronomical units

@article{Buscaino2015TestingLM,
  title={Testing long-distance modifications of gravity to 100 astronomical units},
  author={B. Buscaino and D. DeBra and P. Graham and G. Gratta and T. Wiser},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2015},
  volume={92},
  pages={104048}
}
A proposed space mission would precisely measure deviations from Newtonian gravity on a scale of 100 astronomical units. 
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