Hong Kong team behind Chang’e 5 moon rock sampling set sights on Chang’e 6

//Hong Kong team behind Chang’e 5 moon rock sampling set sights on Chang’e 6

Hong Kong team behind Chang’e 5 moon rock sampling set sights on Chang’e 6

The Hong Kong researchers at the centre of China’s mission to collect lunar rock samples said they felt a “big relief” after the arrival of the samples back on Earth on Thursday, but they added that their space quest was far from over.The research team at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, led by Professor Yung Kai-leung, developed the sampling scoops and sealed container used by the Chang’e 5 mission to collect and bring back surface soil and rocks from the moon – the first collection of lunar…

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