The results open possibilities for studying gravity’s effects on relatively large objects in quantum states.
Jennifer Chu | MIT News Office
Publication Date:June 18, 2021
To the human eye, most stationary objects appear to be just that — still, and completely at rest. Yet if we were handed a quantum lens, allowing us to see objects at the scale of individual atoms, what was an apple sitting idly on our desk would appear as a teeming collection of vibrating particles, very much in motion.