In "Spooky Spaceflight," Astrobiology Magazine suggests that "quantum entanglement could hold out the promise of a novel means of space propulsion, perhaps even making interstellar travel feasible." And EE Times is reviewing how quantum encryption is poised to tighten data security.
Elsewhere, in Austria, National Geographic reports that teleportation is going long distance with an experiment in which photons have crossed 600 meters over the Danube River, the first time outside laboratories. Please read all the above articles if you're interested in quantum computing. This summary is focused on the quantum teleportation experiment across the Danube River, with additional references and images.
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