OREANDA-NEWS The return vehicle of the Chinese automatic interplanetary station (AMS) Chang'e-6, carrying a regolith from the far side of the Moon, may reach Earth on June 25. SpaceNews writes about this.

The publication refers to the observations of amateur radio operators, according to which the AMS is heading back to Earth. SpaceNews emphasizes that the Chinese side did not provide information about the Chang'e-6 maneuvers to enter Earth orbit, which were probably performed on June 21.

According to experts, the capsule with lunar soil will land on June 25 at 08:41 Moscow time in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.