The Archimedes project: a feasibility study for weighing the vacuum energy

Abstract : Archimedes is a feasibility study to a future experiment to ascertain the interaction of vacuum fluctuations with gravity. The future experiment should measure the force that the Earth's gravitational field exerts on a Casimir cavity by using a balance as the small force detector. The Archimedes experiment analyses the important parameters in view of the final measurement and experimentally explores solutions to the most critical problems.
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Enrico Calloni, S Caprara, Martina de Laurentis, Giampiero Esposito, M Grilli, et al.. The Archimedes project: a feasibility study for weighing the vacuum energy. Frontiers of Fundamental Physics 14 - FFP14, Jul 2014, Aix Marseille University (AMU) Saint-Charles Campus, Marseille, France. ⟨hal-01255195⟩

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