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China's Chang'e-6 space mission named the most advanced in history


This was stated by the deputy director of the Chinese National Space Administration, Bian Zhigan.

At a conference organized by the Information Bureau of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, Bian Zhigang stressed that the mission made it possible to carry out the first-ever automatic sampling and return of soil samples from the far side of the Moon.

In addition, the Deputy director of the National Space Administration called Chang 'e-6 the most advanced lunar exploration mission in the history of space exploration by China to date.

The launch of the Chang'e-6 automatic space station took place in early May. The purpose of the program was to take soil from the far side of the Moon, which was supposed to be the first in the world. On June 26, the samples were successfully delivered to Earth after the probe landed on the territory of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in the north of China.