How China’s Chang’e 5 could take giant leap for world’s space missions

//How China’s Chang’e 5 could take giant leap for world’s space missions

How China’s Chang’e 5 could take giant leap for world’s space missions

When China’s Chang’e 5 mission probe lands on the moon in a few days, scientists from mission control will look for “gems” and bring them back to the Earth – with the help of samplers developed by Hong Kong-based engineers.“In sampling on the moon surface, the most valuable are those special rocks,” Professor Yung Kai-leung of Hong Kong Polytechnic University said. “The composition of the surface dust is more or less the same, but the rocks are different – they have much higher scientific value…

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