Antihydrogen - First Element of the Antiuniverse

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We continue the anitmatter theme: Antimatter would be a wonder fuel, but for the fact that the universe appears to be lacking in antimatter reserves. The first steps are being taken this year at CERN to make thousands of atoms of antihydrogen every hour. While this will never be enough to fuel an astrocruiser, it may shed light on the mystery of the missing antimatter.

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This event was on Sat, 04 May 2002

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Professor Frank Close

Professor of Astronomy

Frank Close is a particle physicist, author and speaker. He was the Gresham Professor of Astronomy between 2000 and 2003. He is Professor of Physics...

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