It is been a year that the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS), a detector has been being stationed in the International Space Station (ISS). Though the detector has competed one year at the station and has broken all the records, it is set for its new project.
The detector has broken all the existing records and has collected more than 17 billion cosmic rays. Samuel Ting, who is the Nobel physics laureate, was of the view that the new project of detector is to look for hidden universe in the cosmos.
Ting said that they want to know about the basics of universe, and the detector will help them to do so. "It could be out there somewhere far away producing particles that we could detect with the AMS”, further affirmed Ting.
Ting said that since the discovery of universe, the anti-matter has disappeared. It’s been 13.7 billion years that the universe came into existence and from that time the anti-matter has been playing disappearance act.
Till now, it cannot be revealed that what caused the anti-matter to disappear. Ting said that thorough the use of the AMS; they will try to know about the hidden cause and till then, they cannot say anything.
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