Scientists succeed in trapping anti-matter

By Benny26
Jun 6, 2011
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  1. Scientists have succeeded in trapping atoms of anti-hydrogen for more than 15 minutes.

    The feat is a big improvement on efforts reported last year that could corral this mirror of normal hydrogen for just fractions of a second at best.

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    The team uses an ultra-cold magnetic trap

    The researchers tell Nature Physics journal that they can now probe the properties of antimatter in detail.

    This will help them understand why the Universe is composed of normal matter rather than its opposite.

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