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Spectrum of Antimatter Observed for First Time

by Matt Williams, Universe Today

Ever since the existence of antimatter was proposed in the early 20th century, scientists have sought to understand how relates to normal matter, and why there is an apparent imbalance between the two in the Universe. To do this, particle physics research in the past few decades has focused on the anti-particle of the most elementary and abundant atom in the Universe – the antihydrogen particle. Continue reading Spectrum of Antimatter Observed for First Time