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Scientists at CERN are using the Large Hadron Collider to create and study antimatter, but how are they doing it?

Inside The World's Largest Particle Accelerator - https://youtu.be/328pw5Taeg0
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Bizarre Antimatter Looks Surprisingly Like Regular Matter
http://www.seeker.com/bizarre-antimatter-looks-surprisingly-like-regular-matter-2158988923.html
"For the first time, physicists have shown that atoms of antimatter appear to give off the same kind of light that atoms of regular matter do when illuminated with lasers, a new study finds. More precise measurements of this emitted light could unearth clues that might finally help solve the mystery of why there is so much less antimatter than normal matter in the universe, researchers say."

Antimatter
https://home.cern/topics/antimatter
"Dirac interpreted the equation to mean that for every particle there exists a corresponding antiparticle, exactly matching the particle but with opposite charge. For the electron there should be an "antielectron", for example, identical in every way but with a positive electric charge. The insight opened the possibility of entire galaxies and universes made of antimatter."

Physicists have observed the light spectrum of antimatter for first time
http://www.sciencealert.com/physicists-have-observed-the-light-spectrum-of-antimatter-for-first-time
"After two decades of trying, physicists at CERN have reported the first ever measurement of the light emitted by an antimatter atom, revealing that antihydrogen is the exact mirror image of regular hydrogen. The result, which finally confirms what has long been predicted by the laws of physics, opens up a new way of testing Einstein's special theory of relativity, and could help us answer one of the biggest mysteries in modern physics - why is there so much more regular matter than antimatter in the Universe?"

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