- China Says It Exchanged Data with NASA on Far Side Landing VOA News
- China shares Chang’e 4 moon landing video SlashGear
- China On the Moon! A History of Chinese Lunar Landings and Probes in Pictures Space.com
- Can China grow a flower on the moon? The countdown begins South China Morning Post
- Watch a Chinese probe land on the far side of the Moon The Verge
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China exchanged data with NASA on its recent mission to land a Chinese spacecraft on the far side of the moon, the Chinese space agency said Monday
China successfully put a lander and rover combo onto the surface of the moon becoming the first nation to explore the far side of the moon from its surface.
What a difference a decade makes. Only 10 years after China sent its first lunar spacecraft on an orbital mission, the nation accomplished something nobody has managed to do before: plunk a lander, Chang'e 4, on the far side of the moon.
Chinese space agency to broadcast experiment that ‘could pave the way for human life in outer space’
On January 2nd, China became the first country to land a spacecraft on the Moon’s far side (not the dark side) when the Chang’e-4 probe gently touched down the surface. Now, China’s space agency has released footage of the landing.