Precise measurements of antimatter systems might cast light on why the Universe is dominated by matter. The observation of a transition in an antihydrogen atom heralds the next wave of high-precision antimatter studies. See Letter p.506
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Ulmer, S. Optical transition seen in antihydrogen. Nature 541, 467–468 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/541467a