China has sought cooperation from all countries of the world, including the US, engaged in the testing of moon soil, rock and other samples. China’s unmanned “Chang’e-5 Lunar Probe” mission has recently returned from there carrying around 1.731 kg of samples. However, the goal was to bring two kg samples.
This historic fresh moon mission in China was targeted to return about 22 kg of samples from the lunar surface in 22 hours, although it could not work for more than 12 hours and during this time it collected samples of 1.731 kg of rock etc. Despite this, Chinese mission spokesman Pei Hoau said on Monday that his country wants that all countries interested in the moon can participate in this test.
With this mission, China has become the third country to bring samples from the moon. China had sent an unmanned mission called ‘Chenje’i-5 Probe’ for this work. The name ‘Chenje’ai-5 Probe’ was named after Chandi Devi according to the mythological beliefs of China. It returned last month.
China has sought cooperation from all countries including the US in this mission regarding the moon. However, for years the US has limited cooperation with China on its space agency NASA.