China’s Chang’e 5 moon lander is no more after successfully snagging lunar rocks

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China’s Chang’e 5 lander touched down on the moon and collected the first lunar samples in nearly 50 years, but now the lights have gone out. The Chang’e 5 lander was a crucial part of China’s daring sample-return mission. It made a stunning descent and soft landing in the moon’s Oceanus Procellarum, or ‘Ocean of Storms,’ on Dec. 1 before conducting sampling and other science experiments.

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News: China’s Chang’e 5 moon lander is no more after successfully snagging lunar rocks

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