Earlier today, we celebrated the discovery that antimatter can be found everywhere — not just the center of the galaxy. Now we'll take you deep inside the strange world of antimatter-powered spaceships. Believe it or not, there's actually an entire lab devoted to antimatter space propulsion at Penn State (the image you see here is their AIMstar). Once we mined a bunch of antimatter out of black hole binaries or neutron stars, though, how would we get anywhere with it?
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