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This animation shows data used to measure how atoms move through the crystal of light.

This animation shows data used to measure how atoms move through the crystal of light. These images are taken after the light is turned off, and the atoms are allowed to freely expand for about 20 thousandths of a second. If you look carefully, you can see that the motion slows down.

Credit: Brian DeMarco, University of Illinois

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