By Slava G. Turyshev
Space-based laboratory examine in basic physics is an rising study self-discipline that gives nice discovery power and while might force the improvement of technological advances that are prone to be vital to scientists and technologists in lots of different diversified study fields. The articles during this evaluate quantity were contributed via individuals of the overseas workshop - From Quantum to Cosmos: primary Physics study in house - held on the Airlie heart in Warrenton, Virginia, united states, on might 21-24, 2006. This detailed quantity discusses the advances in our knowing of basic physics which are expected within the close to destiny, and evaluates the invention strength of a few lately proposed space-based gravitational experiments. particular learn parts lined contain numerous exams of basic relativity and substitute theories, seek of physics past the traditional version, investigations of attainable violations of the equivalence precept, look for new hypothetical lengthy- and short-range forces, diversifications of primary constants, checks of Lorentz invariance and makes an attempt at unification of the basic interactions. The booklet additionally encompasses experiments aimed toward the invention of novel phenomena, together with darkish topic applicants, and reviews of darkish strength.
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