Scientists to Create Coldest Spot in Universe
How cool is that? NASA researchers are hoping their new Cold Atom Laboratory aboard the International Space Station will freeze gases down to a report -459.669 levels Fahrenheit — colder than the vacuum of space (-455 levels) and approaching absolute zero (-459.67). Launched yesterday, the lab will examine atomic clouds known as Bose-Einstein condensates, which have been confirmed to exist in 1995 however are tough to examine inside Earth’s gravity. CAL’s doubtlessly groundbreaking quantum physics experiments shall be carried out remotely by scientists on Earth for no less than three years.