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uty director of the Lunar Exploration and Space Program Center of CNSA.The Chang'e-4▓ probe will also carry scientific payloads developed by t▓he Netherlands, Sweden, Germany and Saudi Arabia."The▓ Chinese and Dutch low-frequen

cy radio s▓pectrometers might help us detect 21-cm▓ hydrogen line radiation and study how the earli▓est stars were ignited and how our cosmos emerged from darkness after the Big Bang," said Chen Xuelei, an astronom▓er with the National

Astronomical Observ▓atories of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.A German neutron dosimeter will be installed on the lander to measure radiation at the landing site.Please scan the QR Code to follow us on Instagr▓amPlease scan

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later this y▓ear, such as touching down softly o▓n the far side of the Moon and taking

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the first flowers to blossom on the lifeless lunar surface.The probe▓ will carry a tin

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containing seeds of potato and arabidopsis, a small flowering plant related to cabbage and mustard, and probably some silkworm

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is ▓18 cm tall, with a diameter of 16 cm, a net volume of 0.8 liters and a weight of 3 kilograms. The tin will also contain water, a nutrient so▓l

for a long time."We wi

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    ution, air and equipment such as a small camera and▓ data transmission system.Researchers hope the seeds will grow to blo

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    ssom on the Moon, with t▓he process captured on camera and transmitted to Ear▓th.Although astronauts have cultivated plants ▓on the International Space Station, and rice and arabidopsis wer

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    e grown on China's Tiangong-2 space lab, those experiments were conducted in low-Earth orbit, at an altitude of about 40


0 kilometers▓. The environment on the Moon, 380,000 kilometers from the Earth, is more

▓to work as long as possible to serve other probes, including
those from other c▓ountries," said Ye Peijian, a lea

complicated.Liu ▓Hanlong, chief director of the experiment and vice president

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se aerospace expe▓rt and consultant to China's lunar explorat▓
ion program.The Lunar Exploratio

of Chongqing University, said since the Moon has no atmosphere, its temperatu

n and Spac
e Program Center of the China National Space Admini▓stration
(CNSA) has invited the public to write dow▓n their hopes for lunar an

▓re ranges from lower than minus 100 degrees centigrade to▓ hi

d space ex
ploration. Mo▓re than 100,000 people have taken part, accordi
ng to the center.International cooperationAs the far

gher than 100 degrees centigrade."W▓e have to keep the temperature in the 'mini

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