Two days after it was launched into orbit through a Long March-2D rocket, “Micius” successfully sent data back to Earth. The data was estimated to be about 202 megabytes and was immediately transferred to the National Space Science Center (NSSC), China’s version of NASA.
There was no word on what the data contained but China appears to be keeping it a secret, something that information-hungry hackers could drool on for decades – for the satellite was said to be hack-proof, thanks to the quantum key encryption technology.
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