Ouyang Ziyuan

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With a degree in geology and a doctorate in mineral deposits and geochemistry, Ziyuan spent many years conducting studies in deep mine. He later studied nuclear physics and worked in a particle accelerator laboratory. He later put forward a hypothesis of the formation of iron meteorites, an evolutionary model of the formation of the meteorites which fell at Jilin in 1976, and a theory of multi-stage cosmic ray radiation history. His works include Celestial Chemistry, and he published more than 160 treatises. He was elected a Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1991.

As one an expert in geological research on underground nuclear tests and extraterrestrial materials, Ziyuan was among the first to advocate not only the exploitation of lunar reserves of metals such as iron, but also the mining of lunar helium-3, an ideal fuel for nuclear fusion power plants. Ziyuan is now the chief scientist of the Chinese Lunar Exploration Program (CLEP),...
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