The ground station at Beijing’s Xinglong Observatory communicates via laser with the satellite. Photo: Han Yueyang The ground station at Beijing’s Xinglong Observatory communicates via laser with the satellite. Photo: Han Yueyang
The ground station at Beijing’s Xinglong Observatory communicates via laser with the satellite. Photo: Han Yueyang

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‘Handshake’ shows China’s quantum satellite performing even better than expected, says scientist

Micius, as it is called, is preparing to conduct the first quantum physics experiments in space that may help solve important riddles of the universe

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The ground station at Beijing’s Xinglong Observatory communicates via laser with the satellite. Photo: Han Yueyang The ground station at Beijing’s Xinglong Observatory communicates via laser with the satellite. Photo: Han Yueyang
The ground station at Beijing’s Xinglong Observatory communicates via laser with the satellite. Photo: Han Yueyang
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