Quantum technologies, including quantum sensors, quantum communication and quantum metrology, represent a growing industry. Out in space, such technologies can revolutionize the way we communicate and observe our planet.
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K.B., M.H. and Y.S. are members of the UK NQT Hub in Sensors and Metrology and acknowledge funding from EPSRC (within grant EP/M013294/1) and Dstl.
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