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Oscillation of a time crystal filmed, a first

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For the first time, physicists have captured an enigmatic state of matter on video.

Using a scanning transmission X-ray microscope, the research team has recorded the oscillations of a time crystal made out of magnons at room temperature. This, they said, is a significant breakthrough in the study of time crystals.

"We were able to show that such space-time crystals are much more robust and widespread than first thought," said physicist Pawel Gruszecki of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poland.



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