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A specimen has been added to the collection of the National Museum of China.
Moon samples from the Chang’e 5 mission in a display case at the National Museum of China in Beijing
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Madrid (European press)
February 25, 2021, 12:53 PM
China first showed lunar samples returned from the moon by the Chang’e 5 mission late last year.
A sample was added to a group The National Museum of China On February 22 and it will be available to the public in March, according to the Beijing-based museum, citing People’s Daily Online.
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The museum also unveiled photos showing a specially designed container to display the Lunar Earth. The artificial quartz stand reproduces the zun, a fine bronze wine vessel often used for grand ceremonies in the Shang (16th and 11th centuries BC) and Chu (11-771 BC) dynasties. The Lunar Earth will be placed in a hollow globe in the center of the arc.
Sample is among 60 grams recovered on a 23-day robotic mission. Chang’e 5 was launched from the Wenchang Space Launch Center in Hainan County on November 24 and landed on the moon’s surface on December 1.
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