Chinese researchers are building a prototype ghost imaging device for satellite missions designed to catch “invisibles” like B-2 stealth bombers, which take flight mostly under cover of night. Photo: AFP Chinese researchers are building a prototype ghost imaging device for satellite missions designed to catch “invisibles” like B-2 stealth bombers, which take flight mostly under cover of night. Photo: AFP
Chinese researchers are building a prototype ghost imaging device for satellite missions designed to catch “invisibles” like B-2 stealth bombers, which take flight mostly under cover of night. Photo: AFP
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Could ghost imaging spy satellite be a game changer for Chinese military?

Scientists are developing a probe to track stealth bombers at night

Topic |   China science
Chinese researchers are building a prototype ghost imaging device for satellite missions designed to catch “invisibles” like B-2 stealth bombers, which take flight mostly under cover of night. Photo: AFP Chinese researchers are building a prototype ghost imaging device for satellite missions designed to catch “invisibles” like B-2 stealth bombers, which take flight mostly under cover of night. Photo: AFP
Chinese researchers are building a prototype ghost imaging device for satellite missions designed to catch “invisibles” like B-2 stealth bombers, which take flight mostly under cover of night. Photo: AFP
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