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China Bolsters International Lunar Research Ties with Gifts of Moon Samples to France and Russia

In a noteworthy gesture that reflects growing international collaboration in space research, the People's Republic of China has gifted lunar samples collected during the 2020 Chang'e 5 mission to France and Russia. This development has delighted the scientific communities of the recipient nations, as these samples are the first to be retrieved from the Moon since the Apollo and Luna missions.

During French President Emmanuel Macron's visit to China earlier this month, discussions ranged from international affairs to scientific cooperation. As a result, China presented France with 1.5g of lunar material, which is expected to be. . .

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