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MIT Team “Accidentally” Invents Blackest Material in Existence

Futurism Friday, 13 September 2019 ()
MIT Team “Accidentally” Invents Blackest Material in ExistenceIt seems MIT scientists can’t help but make remarkable scientific breakthroughs — even when they aren’t trying.   READ MORE: MIT scientists accidentally create the blackest material ever [Engadget] More on Vantablack:

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News video: MIT Engineers Create ‘Blackest Black’ Material To Date

MIT Engineers Create ‘Blackest Black’ Material To Date 00:54

Vantablack, the previous record holder for the blackest black, just met its match. MIT engineers inadvertently created a material they say is 10 times blacker than any other to date, capturing 99.995% of incoming light.

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