Quantum teleportation is a process by which quantum information, like the exact state of an atom or photon, can be transmitted exactly from one location to another, with the help of classical communication and previously shared quantum entanglement between the sending and receiving locations. In other words, it is the ability to transfer information instantly from one point to another with no time delay. This type of technology would be immensely beneficial to the world since it would allow us to have more advances in science and technology, learn more about space exploration than ever before, create new ways to communicate in the future, and much more. Quantum teleportation would not only be useful to scientists, but it would also be very valuable for business and military usage. For example, many businesses and corporations, especially those that are in danger of closing down, depend on fast and accurate communication since this factor alone could be what can save a company from closing down.
Another example would be getting vital information to the soldiers in Afghanistan as fast as possible for the safety of the soldier, and not only would they receive the information instantly, but the speed at which they receive the information could save many lives. At last, quantum teleportation can also be used-besides business and war-in space. NASA is known for its astronomical space exploration and its research made by famous physicists like Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein. The people from NASA have made many missions which involve launching a satellite into space to conduct research on earth's atmosphere or on another planet; in fact, in 1997 NASA sent two satellites into space, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, whose initial destinations were to only reach and investigate the gas planet Jupiter, the mystical rings of Saturn, and the twin blue planets Neptune and Uranus. However, due to the lengthy life span of the Uranium battery Voyagers 1 and 2 have, they are still operational.