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World's first quantum satellite to run official experiments

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10-14-2016 05:49 BJT

Pan Jianwei, the leading scientist in China’s Quantum Science Satellite project, introduces the transmissions between Quantum Science Satellite Mozi and a ground station during a press conference in Beijing, Oct. 12, 2016. It

Pan Jianwei, the leading scientist in China’s Quantum Science Satellite project, introduces the transmissions between Quantum Science Satellite Mozi and a ground station during a press conference in Beijing, Oct. 12, 2016. It's the world’s first satellite capable of achieving quantum communications between space and Earth and was launched in August. Testing has almost finished and it is set to be delivered for use after mid Nov.[Photo: Xinhua]

The Chinese Academy of Sciences said on October 12, 2016 that the world

The Chinese Academy of Sciences said on October 12, 2016 that the world's first experimental quantum communication satellite is running well and official experiments will begin in November following completion of all in-orbit tests. Scientists say quantum communication offers ultra-high security as a quantum photon can neither be separated nor duplicated, making it impossible to tap, intercept or crack information transmitted through it. The project also includes building four ground stations for communication and one space quantum teleportation experiment station. [Photo: Xinhua]

The Chinese Academy of Sciences said on October 12, 2016 that the world

The Chinese Academy of Sciences said on October 12, 2016 that the world's first experimental quantum communication satellite is running well and official experiments will begin in November following completion of all in-orbit tests. Scientists say quantum communication offers ultra-high security as a quantum photon can neither be separated nor duplicated, making it impossible to tap, intercept or crack information transmitted through it. The project also includes building four ground stations for communication and one space quantum teleportation experiment station. [Photo: Xinhua]

The Chinese Academy of Sciences said on October 12, 2016 that the world

The Chinese Academy of Sciences said on October 12, 2016 that the world's first experimental quantum communication satellite is running well and official experiments will begin in November following completion of all in-orbit tests. Scientists say quantum communication offers ultra-high security as a quantum photon can neither be separated nor duplicated, making it impossible to tap, intercept or crack information transmitted through it. The project also includes building four ground stations for communication and one space quantum teleportation experiment station. [Photo: Xinhua]

Pan Jianwei (L), the leading scientist in China’s Quantum Science Satellite project, poses with Wang Jianyu, the deputy director of the project, in front of an image showing the transmissions between Quantum Science Satellite Mozi and a ground station during a press conference in Beijing, Oct. 12, 2016. It

Pan Jianwei (L), the leading scientist in China’s Quantum Science Satellite project, poses with Wang Jianyu, the deputy director of the project, in front of an image showing the transmissions between Quantum Science Satellite Mozi and a ground station during a press conference in Beijing, Oct. 12, 2016. It's the world’s first satellite capable of achieving quantum communications between space and Earth and was launched in August. Testing has almost finished and it is set to be delivered for use after mid Nov. [Photo: Xinhua]

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