China Chang’e-6 Probe Lifts Off From Moon Far Side With Rock & Soil Samples – Amar Ujala Hindi News Live

China Chang'e-6 Probe Lifts Off from Moon Far Side With Rock & Soil Samples

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The ascender of China’s lunar mission Chang E-6 is now coming back to Earth. As soon as the ascender lands on Earth, Beijing will create history. Let us tell you, the ascender is coming back to Earth with samples of soil and rocks. Ascender is the device that has returned from the surface of the moon to its orbit. Now it is coming back to Earth with samples from there.

It is worth noting that China’s space agency CNSA said that this spacecraft was launched last month. It landed on the dark side of the moon two days ago, on June 2. Chandra Mission Chang E-6 successfully landed on the south pole of the moon. The place where China’s Chandrayaan landed is a remote area of ​​the moon. With this mission, China has taken another big leap in the space sector. Media reports quoted China’s space agency National Space Administration as saying that Chang E-6 landed on the Aitken Basin Crater of the south pole of the moon. This crater is the largest crater known till date.

will come back on 25 June

Now the ascender is returning to Earth with samples of soil and rocks. China’s space agency said that the ascender, which took samples from Chang’e-6, will land in the desert of China’s Inner Mongolia region around June 25. The place where this spacecraft landed on the moon, the temperature remains below zero. This will be the first time in the world when a country will return to Earth with samples from the dark part of China.

The sun never shined

China’s Chang E 4 mission landed on the surface of the moon for the first time in the year 2019. Now through the Chang E 6 mission, China will also bring about two kilograms of samples from the surface of the moon. A mechanical arm has been installed in the Chang E 6 lander to drill and then pick up samples from there. This mission of China is of 53 days and it was launched on May 3. This mission of China is also special in the sense that it has landed on that part of the moon, which has always been away from the Earth and has never received sunlight. In such a situation, important scientific information is expected from the samples of this area.

China will send a manned mission to the moon by 2030

Testing the samples could reveal how the moon was formed. Under the leadership of Chinese President Xi Jinping, China’s space program has progressed rapidly and it is trying to compete with the US and Russia. The US has warned that China’s space program may be for military purposes. China has set a target of sending a manned mission to the moon by the year 2030. The US is also planning to send a manned mission to the moon again in the year 2026.

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