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Space-Time Explorer and Quantum Equivalence Principle Space Test (STE-QUEST) is a proposed satellite mission to test the Einstein Equivalence Principle to high precision and search for new fundamental constituents and interactions in the Universe. It will contain an atom interferometer.

It was selected in 2011 for an initial assessment phase as one of the five candidates of the European Space Agency's Cosmic Vision program.

It was selected in 2014 as M3 targeted for a launch in 2024.[1]


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