Scientists aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have successfully generated a quantum gas containing two species of atoms in the Cold Atom Lab, opening up possibilities for new quantum chemistry experiments in space. The Cold Atom Lab, operated remotely by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, creates Bose-Einstein condensates, a fifth state of matter, by chilling atoms to near absolute zero. This breakthrough could lead to the development of sensitive sensors, gyroscopes, and improved clocks for space-based technologies, as well as further tests of the equivalence principle in quantum experiments. #quantum #space
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