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Quantum correlations at earth-moon distance

Abstract : Standard Quantum Physics states that the outcome of measurements for some distant entangled subsystems is instantaneously statistically correlated, whatever their mutual distance. This correlation presents itself as if there were a correlation at a distance with infinite speed. It is expressed by the Bell Theorem and has been experimentally verified over distances up to 1200 km (Yin et al. [14]) with a time resolution of a few picoseconds, which can be translated into an apparent effective correlation speed larger than 107c.
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Jean Schneider. Quantum correlations at earth-moon distance. Experimental Astronomy, 2021, 51, pp.1767-1772. ⟨10.1007/s10686-021-09751-7⟩. ⟨insu-03713219⟩

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