- A well-known quantum experiment is performed on a rotating lab table-offering a probe of quantum physics in a noninertial reference frame.
- A new study seeks to answer this question by placing an entangled-photon experiment on a rotating table.
- No surprise there, but the authors argue that conducting a larger version of the experiment in orbit could also probe the overlap of quantum physics and gravity.
- Researchers have previously tested this consistency by observing, for example, quantum interference of massive particles in the presence of small gravitational gradients.
Read full article: physics.aps.org