The United Kingdom's Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council (PPARC) addresses the issue of why, if matter particles and their antimatter partners were...
NASA argues that new observations may upset theories about how solar explosions create and destroy antimatter. Users can view the many colorful animations and...
Wikipedia provides a simple, concise explanation of antimatter and discusses scientists' successes in producing anti-atoms of hydrogen and anti-deuteron...
This site, created by Physics Central, educates users about the cloud chamber track of an electron-positron pair. There is an image showing how "as charged...
Particle Physics in Plain English!, an outreach project for the Lepton Photon 2003 Conference at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, discusses how particle...
This Stanford University website announces the significant findings by the physicists conducting the BaBar experiment at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center...
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