Thursday, May 26, 2022

Putin awards Russian scientists for their success in super gravity clock


Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at

Russian President Vladimir Putin have awarded Russian scientists Vladislav Postovit, his colleagues Yevim Khazanov and Valery Mitrovanov,  the State Prize for solving the problem of detection and recording of gravitational waves, a super-gravity clock.

According to “Russian news network”, the professor at the Moscow University, Vladislav Postovit, said: “Russia now has a super-gravity clock, which enabled scientists to continue to work on the invention of the navigation system without the adoption of satellites based on Russian ideas and technologies”.

Postovit explained that the detectors and recording of the Russian-made gravity waves allow measuring the gravity of the Earth very accurately, stressing that the hour of gravity invented by his colleagues allow to measure that ability with unprecedented accuracy, and if the clock is raised in centimeters change its reading, which means that there is possibility to form map of the Earth’s gravity. The coordinates of the location on the Earth can be determined on its basis

The country, which will first build a navigation system without the adoption of satellite navigation systems such as Russian GLObal NAvigation Satellite System (GLONASS) or US GPS, will gain advantages in the future compared to other countries. Satellite-based satellite navigation systems can be destroyed in and at any moment, the navigation systems adopted the principle of gravity is very difficult to destroy or damage them<

Read also: Russia plans to launch 30 satellites for civilian purposes

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