Beyond Cold: How the World Works at -459 Degrees

Friday, July 18, 2008 - 00:14 in Physics & Chemistry

Atoms at room temperature move at about 500 feet per second, but after we cool them they move at mere tenths of an inch a second, about 10 times slower than the top speed of a common garden snail. How do we accomplish this feat?

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