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China’s Chang’e-7 Lunar Mission Loses UAE Partnership Due to US Export Control Regulations

The People's Republic of China's Chang'e-7 lunar mission has lost the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as a partner due to US export control rules, which restrict the sale or export of items, technologies, and software classified as defence-related for national security reasons. This setback comes as China seeks partners for a moon landing at the south pole, which is fundamental to constructing a research station on the lunar surface.

The South China Morning Post reports that the UAE is unable to participate in the Chang'e 7 mission, which aims to discover water ice near. . .

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