Chang’e-5 May Have Sampled Two of the Youngest Basalt Flows on the Moon

My research entitled “The Long Sinuous Rille System in Northern Oceanus Procellarum and Its Relation to the Chang’e-5 Returned Samples” in Geophysical Research Letters was reported by Planetary News operated by Lunar and Planetary Institute on June 14th, 2021. Check the full story here:
Chang’e-5 May Have Sampled Two of the Youngest Basalt Flows on the Moon | Planetary News (usra.edu)

Introduction to China’s Planetary Data System from Chang’e Lunar Data

I gave a talk in the OpenPlanetary Lunch on Nov. 24th, 2020. This event was organized by the OpenPlanetary society (https://www.openplanetary.org/). In this presentation, I have briefly introduced how to use China’s planetary data system (https://moon.bao.ac.cn/index_en.jsp) and how to use the data obtained by the Chang’e missions.

The Geological Characteristics of China’s Chang’e-5 Landing Region, Northern Oceanus Procellarum

I gave a talk in the “1st Workshop of the International Lunar and Planetary Research Center of China” on Sept 23rd, 2020. This presentation introduced the geological characteristics and scientific meanings of China’s Chang’e-5 mission landing site.