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China's latest quantum radar could help detect stealth planes, missiles

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China Academy of Sciences Quantum Technology Computer

Quantum Computing

The Shanghai based Institute for Quantum Information and Quantum Technology Innovation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences unveiled this quantum computing device in May 2017.

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On June 22, China Electronics Technology Group Corporation (CETC), China's foremost military electronics company, announced that its groundbreaking quantum radar has achieved new gains, which could allow it to detect stealth planes.

Hypersonic CASIC China Space Plane Airbreathing

Spaceplane

CASIC's single stage to orbit spaceplane could have enough room to carry a quantum radar for space surveillance missions.

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