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Charting quantum horizons to establish a roadmap for microarcsecond astronomy

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The astronomy and quantum information science communities met together in a one-day workshop to share experiences and ideas on how to reach the next level — the quantum level — of astronomical interferometry.

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Lau, R.M., Ashok, A., Emms, J. et al. Charting quantum horizons to establish a roadmap for microarcsecond astronomy. Nat Astron 8, 681–682 (2024).

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