ALPHA takes measurement of antihydrogen atoms

By Ian Randall. Published on 16 March 2012 in:
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The ALPHA collaboration at CERN has undertaken the first measurements of the antihydrogen spectrum, reported the journal Nature last week. This initial development may pave the way towards a better understanding of why our universe is matter-based.

“We’ve demonstrated that we can probe the internal structure of the antihydrogen atom,” said ALPHA collaboration spokesman, Jeffrey Hangst. “…we’re very excited about that. We now know that it’s possible to design…

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