Chinese Chang’e 6 sample return mission lands on far side of Moon











Chinese Chang’e 6 prototype return mission lands on far side of Moon | Aviation Week Network


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A rendering of China’s Chang’e 6 lunar lander shows its solar panels with a model return module.

Credit: CAST via Xinua

China’s Song 6 lunar lander landed on the far side of the moon at 6:23 a.m. Beijing time on June 2, as the country looks to be the first to retrieve a sample from the relatively unexplored side of the moon. The landing also confirmed the Chang’e 6 autonomous landing system developed by 502.

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