2021-02-23

The lunar soil container borrows the shape of the bronze statue: showing the leading position of China’s lunar exploration from two latitudes

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The internal model is composed of the earth, China map, moon, and lunar soil. The lunar soil is stored in the hollow sandwich sphere in the center, and the lunar soil filled in it can present the shape of the moon.

The lunar soil container borrows the shape of the bronze statue: showing the leading position of China’s lunar exploration from two latitudes

The lower part of the earth is frosted and transparent, and the upper part The shape of the map of China is light-transparent, symbolizing China’s long-term affection for the moon. In particular, the container is designed with a distance of 9.9cm between the earth and the moon, which is inspired by the ancient people’s description of “the sky has nine skies”, implying that China’s lunar exploration has broken through the limit and crossed the “nine layers”. The precious lunar soil complements the carefully designed container.

About 1731 grams of “local products” brought back from the moon by Chang’e 5 has attracted much attention. In January 2021, the National Space Administration issued the “Lunar Sample Management Measures”, clarifying that lunar samples are divided into four basic uses: permanent storage, backup permanent storage, research and public welfare in principle.

It is reported that, in principle, the borrowing period of research samples should not exceed one year, and the borrowing period of public welfare samples should generally not exceed two months. The most precious thing about on-site sampling is the infinite possibilities conceived behind the samples.

On the night of December 1, 2020, the Chang’e-5 lander ascender assembly landed smoothly in the area of ​​Mount Rumke in the northeast of the storm ocean on the front of the moon, and then began sampling work here.

In the early morning of December 17, the “four-piece suit” took the last shot of the return device and successfully landed on Siziwang Banner in Inner Mongolia with the precious “local products” of the moon. The mankind once again welcomed it after 44 years. Come to the moon sample.

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