The Cold Atom Lab, NASA's first quantum science laboratory in space, will mark four years onboard the International Space Station on Aug. 4, 2022. It has already achieved its main science goals by cooling atoms down to ultra-cold temperatures to study their basic physical properties in ways that would not be possible on Earth. Join us for this exciting event and learn from some of the world's experts - from astronauts to Nobel Laureates - on the details of getting the unique Cold Atom Lab up and running, as well as the progress toward using microgravity to illuminate new features of the quantum world.
Christina Koch, astronaut, NASA Johnson Space Center
Eric Cornell, Nobel Laureate in physics, Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics
Kamal Oudrhiri, project manager for the Cold Atom Lab, NASA JPL
Jason Williams, project scientist for the Cold Atom Lab, NASA JPL