rman Crater in the Aitken Basin was chos▓en as the landing site for Chang'e-4 as the region is believed to have great scientific research potential. As a gravitational equilibrium can be maintained there, it will be able to stay in stable orbit and operate for a long time."We will make efforts to enable the relay satellite to work a▓s long as possible to serve other probes, including t▓hose from other countries," said Ye Peijian▓, a leading Chinese aerospace expert and consultant to China's lunar exploration program.The Lunar Exploration and Space Program Center of the China National Space Administration (CNSA) has invited the public to write down their hopes for lun▓ar and space exploration. More th

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the Lunar Exploration and Space Program Center of CNSA.The Chang'e-4 probe will also carry scientific payloads developed by the Netherl▓ands, Sweden, Germany and Saudi Arabia."The Chinese and Dutch low-frequency radio spectrometers might help us detect 21-cm hydrogen line radiation ▓and study how the earliest stars were ig▓nited and how our

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