Chang’e 5 is bringing a canister loaded with lunar dust and rocks that could offer scientists new insights into the origins of our solar system. Photo: BACC/handout via Xinhua Chang’e 5 is bringing a canister loaded with lunar dust and rocks that could offer scientists new insights into the origins of our solar system. Photo: BACC/handout via Xinhua
Chang’e 5 is bringing a canister loaded with lunar dust and rocks that could offer scientists new insights into the origins of our solar system. Photo: BACC/handout via Xinhua
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China moon mission can open door to global space cooperation

  • Chang’e 5 journey to the lunar surface would not have been as successful if not for help from other players – including scientists from Hong Kong

Chang’e 5 is bringing a canister loaded with lunar dust and rocks that could offer scientists new insights into the origins of our solar system. Photo: BACC/handout via Xinhua Chang’e 5 is bringing a canister loaded with lunar dust and rocks that could offer scientists new insights into the origins of our solar system. Photo: BACC/handout via Xinhua
Chang’e 5 is bringing a canister loaded with lunar dust and rocks that could offer scientists new insights into the origins of our solar system. Photo: BACC/handout via Xinhua
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