- Conference date: 20–22 February 2008
- Location: Okinawa (Japan)
Cooling antihydrogen atoms is important for future experiments both to test the fundamental CPT symmetry by high‐resolution laser spectroscopy and also to measure the gravitational acceleration of antimatter. Laser‐cooling of antihydrogen can be done on the strong 1 S–2 P transition at the wavelength of Lyman‐alpha (121.6 nm). Ongoing work to set up a solid‐state continuous‐wave laser source at Lyman‐alpha is described.
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