Publications in Scientific Journals:
R. Ursin, W. Leeb et al.:
"Space-quest, experiments with quantum entanglement in space";
Quantum entanglement is, according to Erwin Schrödinger in 1935, the essence of quantum physics. It inspires fundamental questions about the principles of nature. By testing the entanglement of particles we are able to ask fundamental questions about realism and locality in nature. Local realism imposes certain constraints in statistical correlations of measurements on multi-particle systems. Quantum mechanics, however, predicts that entangled systems have much stronger than classical correlations that are independent of the distance between the particles and are not explicable with classical physics.
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