The abnormal influence of the partial solar eclipse on December 24th, 1992, on the time comparisons between atomic clocks

  title={The abnormal influence of the partial solar eclipse on December 24th, 1992, on the time comparisons between atomic clocks},
  author={S. W. Zhou and B. J. Huang and Z. Ren},
  journal={Il Nuovo Cimento C},
SummaryDuring the partial solar eclipse on Dec. 24th, 1992, time comparisons between atomic clocks were made: direct comparisons between different clocks at one and the same station, clock transport comparisons, GPS comparisons and LOC comparisons. And it is concluded from the observations that solar eclipse exerts an influence on the rate of atomic clocks. 
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