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China’s Lunar Ambition: Moon Base Construction and Robotic Bricklayers Within Five Years

China aspires to commence construction of a lunar base within half a decade, employing robots capable of fabricating bricks from the moon's regolith, according to a Reuters report on Thursday, which referenced a Chinese scientist as quoted by local media.

Over 100 Chinese researchers and space industry delegates recently convened in Wuhan, a centrally located metropolis, to deliberate on prospective techniques for establishing infrastructure on the lunar surface. Ding Lieyun, an authority from the Chinese Academy of Engineering, revealed that his team is in the process of developing "Chinese super bricklayers" – robots adept at producing bricks from moon soil. . .

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