China allows foreign scientists access to moon samples

China opens access to its lunar samples
let foreign scientists take a look
Location: China National Astronomical Observatories, Beijing
(SOUNDBITE) (Mandarin) SPEAKER FOR THE CHANG'E 5 LUNAR EXPLORATION MISSION, PEI ZHAOYU, SAYS: "Our position is that we are open to all countries for international cooperation on rehearsals."
The Chang'e 5 lunar probe collected 3.7 pounds of samples
It returned to earth in December
bringing back the first lunar samples since the 1970s
Video transcript
- Control over the power of return.
Interpreter: Our position is that we are open to international cooperation in rehearsals for all countries.

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