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Does Antimatter Create Anti-Gravity?

Season 9 Episode 35 | 16m 30s

For many years, physicists have wondered whether a certain well-known exotic material may experience gravitational repulsion from the Earth. That material is antimatter, and physicists at CERN have just completed a very long and very difficult experiment to answer a seemingly simple question: does antimatter fall down, or does it fall up?

Aired: 01/16/24
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The terrible singularity at the heart of the black hole may be no more.
We may have solved the mysterious origins of supermassive black holes in our universe.
Could cosmic voids be driving the universe?