Anti-matter, Why It Matters. Interstellar Travel
The theory goes back to 1933. British physicist Paul Dirac won the Nobel Prize for his theory that every particle has an anti-particle. For every electron with a - charge, there's an anti-electron with a + charge.
CERN in Switzerland is one of the world's most respected scientific research centers. Their physicists make anti-matter to study in experiments. Their starting point is an Antiproton Decelerator which slows the particles down and allows them to be investigated as anti-matter. They're looking at their biological effects. They've created a beam of antimatter to study the Earth's gravitational acceleration.
Fascinating Forecast - Interstellar Travel Via Anti-Matter Spacecrafts
CERN scientists believe that anti-matter, along with exponential growth in AI, nanotech and computer processing will give us the 1st prototype of an anti-matter, powered spacecraft in 2067. They predict a trip to Jupiter in 4 months, making interstellar travel real.