Quantum computing and sensing are re-imagining the capabilities of satellites, space sensors, and deep-space communications. A growing number of researchers are exploring quantum computing and sensing, partnering with the private sector to develop new capabilities that will deliver huge value to climate monitoring, infrastructure, defense, and intelligence agencies. Earth observation and prospecting are two of the most important tasks being solved by satellite systems, through quantum computing technologies.

Quantum computing removes the computational bottlenecks to processing ground-space observational data and is essential for solving complex challenges in a variety of space domains.

Space Logistics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data analytics rely on the availability of massive computing power to analyze ever-increasing quantities of information. Quantum computing can dramatically increase this processing power while reducing energy costs.

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