Smaller than the space between atoms: The technology behind the highest-resolution microscope image

The world's highest resolution image (2018)

A new detector technology lets us more than double the resolution of our electron microscope, resolving features 0.4 Angstoms apart. With a record resolution well below the shortest bond length, finding a good test object was a challenge. Twisted bilayers of two-dimensional molybdenum sulfide gave us the world's smallest ruler - where the projected distance between atoms could be made arbitrarily small.
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The Cornell press release is here, with an update for the recognition by the Guiness Book of Records!