In a few hours, a Chinese Long March 5 will launch to the Moon. On-board is the Chang'E 5 lander which will scoop up a sample from the Lunar surface and bring it back to Earth. The last time this happened was in 1976 when the Sovjet Union brought back 170 grams of Lunar Soil with the Luna-24 missions.
Below is the live channel that will show the launch at 21:15 CET. If you want to hang-out with Space people during the launch, check-in to the Eye On Orbit chillspace.