Question of the Week Podcast

Question of the Week episode

Tue, 27th May 2014

Are there antimatter galaxies out there?

Images of the spiral galaxy M100 demonstrate the improvement in Hubble images after corrective optics were installed during Servicing Mission 1 in 1993. (c) NASA

Are there antimatter galaxies out there? What would they look like? And how would we tell they exist? We find out!

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  • Is some of the universe anti-matter?

    What evidence is there that the universe is primarily made of matter as opposed to antimatter? How would we be able to tell if roughly half the galaxies out there were primarily antimatter?

 

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nicely put blob, Sun, 20th Sep 2015

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