NASA’s International Space Station Lab Develops Ultracold Atomic Bubbles, Paves New Way for Quantum Research


Researchers at NASA’s Cold Atom Lab have experimented with gas to form an exotic material. They found that when gas is cooled to nearly absolute zero (minus 459 degrees Fahrenheit, or minus 273 degrees Celsius), it forms small, round blobs. The new study will help researchers to further delve into the quantum nature of matter.