Since the launch of the U’e 5, the international community and major mainstream media have maintained high attention and intensive coverage. Let’s take a look at the comments of these media.
The Associated Press reported that the lunar soil samples brought back by the U.A. are believed to be billions of years younger than those obtained by the United States and the Soviet Union, providing a new perspective on the evolutionary history of the moon and other objects in the solar system.
The Financial Times published a report entitled “Round to the Moon, China’s research and development is surpassing the United States”. The article points out that in the decades after the manned landing on the moon, the investment in innovative ideas in the United States has been decreasing day by day.
At the same time, “China’s investment in scientific research has increased significantly. In fact, an official of the National Science Foundation of the United States commented at a press conference that preliminary data for 2019 showed that China’s total R&D expenditure has now exceeded that of the United States.
Spain’s “China Policy Observation Center” website published an article saying that China’s pace in exploring space is becoming more and more firm. Many related actions have been broadcast live by the Chinese media, which undoubtedly shows China’s high confidence in its space capabilities and that it has made significant progress in a short period of time.
Singapore’s Lianhe Zaobao website published an article saying that with a series of major scientific and technological breakthroughs, such as the recent landing of the moon on the 5th, the successful connection of the world’s first pile of China’s independent third-generation nuclear power “Hualong I”, and the successful completion of the manned submersible of the Struggler in the Mariana Trench, China’s scientific and technological achievements have ushered in a blowout period.
The article also pointed out that China’s economic achievements in the past few decades have laid a solid foundation for its scientific and technological progress. At the same time, China’s national system has also contributed to the success of a series of major scientific and technological projects.
In addition, the mainstream Russian media and the world-renowned astronomy website “Space Network” have also paid continuous attention to and reported on the ‘E5 mission.