Michio Kaku: “The Moon Is NOT What You Think!” It’s fascinating to think about why we haven’t returned to the moon since 1972. The Apollo 11 mission in 1969 was extraordinary when humans first landed there. But things have changed, and advancements have made a lunar mission more feasible. A renowned scientist, Michio Kaku has recently shared his thoughts on efforts to recreate that historic feat. China has taken a noteworthy step by sending a robotic spacecraft to collect lunar samples. This development adds intrigue to the ongoing lunar exploration saga.Meanwhile, Michio Kaku extended his congratulations to China for this remarkable achievement, emphasizing that they have now become the third country to accomplish this feat, following the United States and the Soviet Union. It’s intriguing how they seem to be emulating the U.S.’s footsteps while taking shortcuts to make impressive progress.