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AIGC | Chang'e 6 Brings Back First Samples from Far Side of Moon

Source: Science and Technology Daily | 2024-06-26 11:25:48 | Author: ZHONG Jianli & GONG Qian

The Chang'e-6 probe returned to Earth in triumph Tuesday, bringing the first rock and other samples from the far side of the moon. The mission marks a significant leap forward in the quest to unlock the secrets of the moon. Its success will help explore the moon's mysteries more comprehensively in the future.

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