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Jun 25, 2024

China's Chang'e-6 probe returns with uncommon Moon rocks

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  • China's lunar probe has returned to Earth, landing in the Inner Mongolia desert on June 25, 2024, completing a two-month mission. The probe has returned the first-ever samples from the Moon's unexplored far side.

  • The Chang'e-6 mission, China's sixth Moon mission and second to the Moon's unexplored side, launched from a space center in May 2024 and landed close to the Moon's South Pole weeks later. The probe collected rare Moon samples using a drill and its robotic arm. It also planted the Chinese flag and captured some photos of the Moon's surface.

  • The China National Space Administration (CNSA) also plans to send a human spaceflight mission to the Moon by 2030 and to establish a foundation on the Moon's South Pole eventually.

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