Joseph C. Hafele

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Joseph C. Hafele is an American physicist best known for the Hafele–Keating experiment,[1][2] a test of Einstein's theory of relativity[3] performed while he was an assistant professor of physics at Washington University in St. Louis.[4] He later worked at Christopher Newport University.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hafele, J. C.; Keating, R. E. (July 14, 1972). "Around-the-World Atomic Clocks: Predicted Relativistic Time Gains". Science 177 (4044): 166–168. Bibcode:1972Sci...177..166H. doi:10.1126/science.177.4044.166. PMID 17779917.  edit
  2. ^ Hafele, J. C.; Keating, R. E. (July 14, 1972). "Around-the-World Atomic Clocks: Observed Relativistic Time Gains". Science 177 (4044): 168–170. Bibcode:1972Sci...177..168H. doi:10.1126/science.177.4044.168. PMID 17779918.  edit
  3. ^ Time, October 18, 1971
  4. ^ Popular Mechanics, January 1972, p. 30
  5. ^ http://www.astronomy.net/forums/blackholes2/messages/4289.shtml