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China's Chang'e 6 spacecraft has successfully returned the first-ever samples from the far side of the moon to Earth. The mission, which concluded on June 25, 2024, involved collecting approximately two kilograms of rock and soil from the South Pole-Aitken Basin, one of the moon's oldest and largest craters. This historic achievement marks a significant milestone in lunar exploration and provides valuable materials for scientific study, potentially offering new insights into the moon's formation and geological history

Jerry R Pallera-Bautista


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