China’s Discovery of Lunar Mineral by Chang’e-5 mission

There have been at least four volcanic eruptions in the area of China's Chang'e-5 landing site on the Moon.

Uranium, thorium, and potassium are abundant heat-producing materials on the lunar surface.

According to earlier investigations, these substances are thought to be the primary culprits for lunar volcanic activity.

Researchers from China, Russia, and the United States have identified the Chang'e-5 landing site on Mars.

The lunar Chang'e-5 samples have produced compelling data on the extent and duration of volcanic activity.

The presence of water in lunar minerals discovered by China's Chang'e-5 mission, direct proof of water on the Moon.

China is the third country to find a new mineral on the moon.