2021-11-11

Russian expert: the lunar soil brought back to the earth by China is different from that before, which helps to explore the origin of the moon

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b44b 01eb67e34b87ab2394ef966b9a87f70a - Russian expert: the lunar soil brought back to the earth by China is different from that before, which helps to explore the origin of the moon

reported that Kotov said, Scientists already have research data on the lunar soil brought back by the United States and the Soviet Union, but the lunar soil retrieved by China is different from the previous lunar soil. He also believes that there is little research on the moon and does not understand how it was formed. Compared with the lunar soil retrieved by the United States and the Soviet Union, the lunar soil retrieved by China is relatively new and has a history of 1-2 billion years. Its research will help scientists continue to explore the origin of the moon

Kotov said that the United States and the Soviet Union shared the lunar soil with other countries, and China’s sharing of the lunar soil will help promote good relations between Aerospace powers

Yevgeny sruta, director of the lunar and planetary geochemistry Laboratory of the wernatsky Institute of Geochemistry and analytical chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences, told the satellite news agency on the 9th that the Institute and Kazan Federal University intend to apply to the Chinese Academy of Sciences for a joint application to obtain the lunar soil samples brought back from the moon by the chang’e-5 probe last year

it is reported that in the 1960s and 1970s, the United States and the Soviet Union successively realized manned and unmanned lunar sampling and return. The United States implements the manned sampling method, with a sampling volume of more than 380 kg in the six lunar landing plans; The Soviet Union implemented three unmanned sampling methods, collecting more than 300 grams of lunar soil

in December 2020, “Chang’e 5” carried lunar samples and landed safely in the predetermined area of Siziwang Banner, Inner Mongolia. Xu Hongliang, spokesman of China’s National Space Administration, said at a press conference last December that lunar samples are the common wealth of mankind. We are willing to cooperate with our international counterparts in an equal and mutually beneficial manner. Wu Yanhua, deputy director of China’s National Space Administration and deputy commander in chief of the lunar exploration project, also said that that month: first, according to the outer space treaty, outer space resources are the common wealth of mankind, and the Chinese government will implement them in accordance with the outer space treaty. Second, the Chinese government is willing to share lunar samples, including relevant exploration data, with like-minded institutions and scientists of other countries for scientific analysis