|Mission type||Surface sample return|
|Start of mission|
|Rocket||Chang Zheng 5|
Chang'e 6 (Chinese: 嫦娥六号; pinyin: Cháng'é liùhào) is an unmanned Chinese lunar exploration mission currently speculated to be under development, which is expected to land on the Moon in 2024. Chang'e 6 will be China's second sample return mission. Like its predecessors, the spacecraft is named after the Chinese moon goddess Chang'e.
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