Physicists can create anti-matter in a laboratory in tiny amounts, but it is shortlived.
Why is it so, and for how long has anti-matter ever stayed 'alive' in a laboratory?
#89895. Asked by author. (Dec 14 07 11:04 PM)
There is no known way to effectively store antihydrogen. The ATHENA project has managed to keep antihydrogen atoms from annihilation for tens of seconds — just enough time to briefly study their behaviour.
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