Latest Antihydrogen Stories
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A new study out of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, in concert with their colleagues at CERN’s ALPHA experiment, has revealed new insights into one of the long standing questions about antimatter.
Scientists at CERN have submitted a paper to be published in the journal Physical Review Letters about the first observation of matter-antimatter asymmetry.
By aiming a laser at antihydrogen atoms, researchers have found that they can force them to lose energy and plummet to temperatures 25-times colder than previously achieved -- a discovery which could greatly assist the study of the more elusive properties of antimatter.
An international team of physicists at CERN (the European Laboratory for Particle Physics) used microwaves to measure and manipulate an atom made of antimatter for the first time ever.
In a study published in the journal Nature Physics, researchers report trapping some 300 antihydrogen atoms for a record 16 minutes, a stunning technical feat that promises deeper insights into the mysteries of antimatter.
Physicists at Rice University and their collaborators have detected the antimatter partner of the helium nucleus, antihelium-4.
Berkeley Lab nuclear scientists join with their international colleagues in the latest record-breaking discovery at RHIC.
Once regarded as the stuff of science fiction, antimatterâ€”the mirror image of the ordinary matter in our observable universeâ€”is now the focus of laboratory studies around the world.
European scientists said on Monday that the creation and capture of anti-hydrogen atoms has put them on track to solving one of the greatest cosmic mysteries.
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