On the afternoon of June 13th, the Xinjiang branch of the Chinese Academy of Sciences organized the "China's Lunar Dream" lecture, at which Academician Ouyang Ziyuan made a report. Zhang Xiaolei, the president of the Xinjiang branch of CAS, presided over the lecture. More than 100 young people listened to the report.
Academician Ouyang's report was easy to understand, also contained a lot of professional terms, suitable for all ages of the audience. Academician Ouyang shared with students his lunar exploration adventure, talked about China's lunar exploration progress and future trends; explained the reason why China has to explore the moon, vividly decrypting the real moon; fully revealed the importance and urgency of the moon-exploration in the aspects of military, energy, resources and special environment of the country. The report also looked forward to China’s long-term planning and goals, as well as the future of exploring Mars, Venus, Asteroid, Jupiter and the sun. Mr. Ouyang used rigorous scientific evidences to answer a series of questions such as whether the Apollo program was a big scam, whether the back of the moon is alien’s base to monitor the Earth, etc.
Mr. Ouyang inspired the young students’ patriotic enthusiasm and scientific spirit with his rich life experience and persistent attitude. After the report, the audience applauded for a long time. In the face of questions raised by children and young students, Mr. Ouyang patiently explained and encouraged them to contribute to the great rejuvenation of China.
Mr. Ouyang is a researcher of the Institute of Geochemistry at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Academician of CAS, member of the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (TWAS) and the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA). He has long been engaged in the studies of such fields as astrochemistry, astrolithology, lunar and deep space exploration, comparative planetology and resources & environment geochemistry.
Academician Ouyang Ziyuan delivered a lecture
More than 100 young people listened to the report.