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Breaking News China Will Launch The World's First Quantum Satellite Video this July

China is due to launch the world’s 1st  quantum communications satellite into space Present July, as report by Digital Trends. The 500-kilogram (1,100 pounds) box of complex bolts is piece of the novel Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QUESS) mission, which will travel through the atmosphere on the extensive March 2D rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi Desert.
This satellite aims to check the decidedly spooky phenomenon of quantum entanglement. As it turns out, 2 particles act as a co-dependent pair when they are alienated by large distances. Their properties are connected, or “mirrored,” and the 2  act as one individual system.
Strangely, a measurement on one particle will be a measurement telling the entire entangled system; it is as if one particle in the pair “knows” what measurement has been conduct on the other, despite the fact that there is no way in which any physical in order is life form actively transmitted between the two particles
 This means that a satellite could, say, contain one particle whereas one on the outside of the Earth could contain one more, and both could be in one tangled system. Alternatively, two particles on the ground, separated by a vast distance, could be entwined by the satellite itself. This is precisely what the 2-year-long QUESS mission aims to test when it enters into a Sun-synchronous orbit at an height of 600 kilometers (375 miles) in excess of the coming months.
Ground stations across China, prepared to engage in a bit of quantum entanglement with QUESS, have been below construction for some time now. In addition, the Academy of Sciences in Vienna, Austria, will also be helping out in this original experiment.
 If quantum entanglement crossways hundreds of kilometers is indeed possible, then in order encrypted in quantum systems could theoretically be beamed across the world – and this type of coding is seen by many cryptographers as creature theoretically impossible to break. Viewing part of an entangled system would cause it to collapse and create the information restricted within it unreadable.
“There are a lot of bottlenecks in the information security,” said Pan Jianwei, the plan lead, at a recent seminar in Shanghai, as report by gbtimes. “The Edward Snowden case has told us that the in order in the transmission networks are uncovered to risks of being monitored and being attack by hackers.” He went on to tell the People’s Daily that QUESS will be part of a long-term goal to ensure that “online transfer and payments can be guaranteed through quantum communication for each consumer.”

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