[LEAPSECS] pick your own length of second
sla at ucolick.org
Wed Jan 11 13:52:32 EST 2012
On Wed 2012-01-11T10:40:08 -0700, Warner Losh hath writ:
> Or instead of 9,192,631,770 cycles it was 9,192,632,195 cycles of our hyperfine friend the CS atom.
> What would those graphs look like?
It's just a vertical shear changing along the X axis of the existing
delta T plots.
I'm not in a position to put up a "pick your own length of second and
replot" cgi-bin page right this moment, but if there's interest I can
post my file of delta T values gleaned from tables in the Stephenson
and Morrison publications -- that goes to 1962. For after that my
plots just use C04 from Daniel Gambis and friends at the obspm.fr
bureau of IERS.
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