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                            Chinese surveyors set out to measure height of Mount Qomolangma(1/6)

                            2020-05-07 09:19:49 Xinhua Editor :Li Yan
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                            Climbers and surveyors hike toward a higher spot on their journey to the summit of Mount Qomolangma after setting out from a base camp at the peak in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region on May 6, 2020. A team of over 30 Chinese surveyors left the base camp at Mount Qomolangma for a higher spot on its journey to the peak Wednesday, as part of the country's mission to remeasure the height of the world's highest mountain. The team, consisting of professional climbers and surveyors from the Ministry of Natural Resources, will seize the current weather window and attempt for the summit at the optimal time. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

                            In this aerial photo, climbers and surveyors hike toward a higher spot on their journey to the summit of Mount Qomolangma after setting out from a base camp at the peak in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region on May 6, 2020. A team of over 30 Chinese surveyors left the base camp at Mount Qomolangma for a higher spot on its journey to the peak Wednesday, as part of the country's mission to remeasure the height of the world's highest mountain. The team, consisting of professional climbers and surveyors from the Ministry of Natural Resources, will seize the current weather window and attempt for the summit at the optimal time. (Xinhua/Sun Fei)

                            In this aerial photo, climbers and surveyors hike toward a higher spot on their journey to the summit of Mount Qomolangma after setting out from a base camp at the peak in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region on May 6, 2020. A team of over 30 Chinese surveyors left the base camp at Mount Qomolangma for a higher spot on its journey to the peak Wednesday, as part of the country's mission to remeasure the height of the world's highest mountain. The team, consisting of professional climbers and surveyors from the Ministry of Natural Resources, will seize the current weather window and attempt for the summit at the optimal time. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

                            Climbers and surveyors hike toward a higher spot on their journey to the summit of Mount Qomolangma after setting out from a base camp at the peak in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region on May 6, 2020. A team of over 30 Chinese surveyors left the base camp at Mount Qomolangma for a higher spot on its journey to the peak Wednesday, as part of the country's mission to remeasure the height of the world's highest mountain. The team, consisting of professional climbers and surveyors from the Ministry of Natural Resources, will seize the current weather window and attempt for the summit at the optimal time. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

                            Climbers and surveyors hike toward a higher spot on their journey to the summit of Mount Qomolangma after setting out from a base camp at the peak in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region on May 6, 2020. A team of over 30 Chinese surveyors left the base camp at Mount Qomolangma for a higher spot on its journey to the peak Wednesday, as part of the country's mission to remeasure the height of the world's highest mountain. The team, consisting of professional climbers and surveyors from the Ministry of Natural Resources, will seize the current weather window and attempt for the summit at the optimal time. (Xinhua/Sun Fei)

                            Climbers and surveyors take part in a departure ceremony at the Mount Qomolangma base camp in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region on May 6, 2020. A team of over 30 Chinese surveyors left the base camp at Mount Qomolangma for a higher spot on its journey to the peak Wednesday, as part of the country's mission to remeasure the height of the world's highest mountain. The team, consisting of professional climbers and surveyors from the Ministry of Natural Resources, will seize the current weather window and attempt for the summit at the optimal time. (Xinhua/Sun Fei)

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