China's icebreaker Xuelong returned to its base in east China's Shanghai Municipality on Tuesday after completing its 35th Antarctic expedition.

It was learned that the 349 members from 92 units, including the Ministry of Natural Resources, the Chinese Academy of Sciences and many universities, made a series of researches during the four-month-long mission, including putting up new buildings and supporting facilities in the research bases, marine species surveys, underwater robot tests, and installation of new radar and solar telescopes. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20190312/8105467.shtml#!language=1

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