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  • China Launches World's First Quantum Communications Satellite - IEEE Spectrum

    China Launches World's First Quantum Communications Satellite - IEEE Spectrum;

    A view of QUESS at the Shanghai Engineering Center for Microsatellites in May Photo: Cai Yang/Xinhua/Alamy Deputy chief engineer Zhou Yilin (third from left) stands next to the quantum satellite at the Chinese Academy of Sciences' Shanghai Engineering ...and more »

  • China launches world's first quantum science satellite - physicsworld.com

    China launches world's first quantum science satellite - physicsworld.com;

    China has launched the world's first satellite dedicated to testing the fundamentals of quantum communication in space. The $100m Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QUESS) mission was launched today from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in ...and more »

  • China's Latest Leap Forward Isn't Just Great—It's Quantum - Wall Street Journal

    China's Latest Leap Forward Isn't Just Great—It's Quantum - Wall Street Journal;

    China launched Micius, said to be the world's first quantum satellite, early Tuesday. The encryption technology it carries could put Beijing far ahead of its rivals in the global race for hack-proof communication. Photo/Video: CCTV. By. Josh Chin. Josh ...and more »

  • China Launches Quantum Satellite in Bid to Pioneer Secure Communications - New York Times

    China Launches Quantum Satellite in Bid to Pioneer Secure Communications - New York Times;

    Researchers hope to beam transmissions from space to earth with quantum technology, a type of communication that could prove to be the most secure in the world. By Neeti Upadhye on Publish Date August 16, 2016. Photo by Jin Liwang/Xinhua, via ...and more »

  • China launches quantum satellite in battle against hackers - Financial Times

    China launches quantum satellite in battle against hackers - Financial Times;

    China has launched a satellite to test whether communications can be rendered hack-proof in its latest challenge to US supremacy in space. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we deliver the news. Select topic. Select topic ...and more »

  • China launches quantum satellite for 'hack-proof' communications - The Guardian

    China launches quantum satellite for 'hack-proof' communications - The Guardian;

    China's quantum satellite – nicknamed Micius after a 5th century BC Chinese scientist – blasts off from the Jiuquan satellite launch centre. Photograph: STR/AFP/Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing ...and more »

  • China sends the world's first quantum satellite into orbit - Wired.co.uk

    China sends the world's first quantum satellite into orbit - Wired.co.uk;

    China has launched the world's first quantum satellite in an attempt to use the power of particle physics to build an “unhackable” system of encrypted communications. ADVERTISEMENT. The quantum satellite will be used in experiments intended to prove ...and more »

  • China launches quantum satellite to test spooky action at a distance - The Register

    China launches quantum satellite to test spooky action at a distance - The Register;

    China has launched a satellite dubbed “Micius” that bears the Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QUESS) instrument it will use to test quantum communications between Earth and space. QUESS' key payload is entangled photons. A quick primer: if you ...and more »

  • China Launches World's First Quantum Satellite - The Wire

    China Launches World's First Quantum Satellite - The Wire;

    Beijing: China on Tuesday launched the world's first quantum satellite, which will help it establish 'hack-proof' communications between space and the ground, state media said, the latest advance in an ambitious space programme. The programme is a ...and more »

  • China Launches The World's First Quantum Satellite Micius - Huffington Post UK

    China Launches The World's First Quantum Satellite Micius - Huffington Post UK;

    China has launched the world's first quantum-enabled satellite into space according to the country's state media. The Micius satellite contains experimental technology that could allow China to send 'unhackable' communications in the future. So what ...and more »