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Physicists Take First Steps to Harness Antimatter


May 7, 2009

Marc Weber and Kelvin Lynn Researchers at Washington State University say it's possible to harness the power of antimatter--and that it may be conceivable to collect that antimatter from a mother-lode hiding out near the center of our galaxy. Full Story

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