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NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter photographed China's Chang'e 4 lander and rover on the moon's far side (not "dark side").
The China National Space Administration has released a high-resolution wraparound image of the moon's far side taken by the Chang'e 4 spacecraft.
China’s rover and lander on the moon’s far side are taking a ‘nap’ to survive brutal surface temperatures
China just landed its Chang'e 4 rover and lander on the far side of the moon, but they are taking a nap to wait out brutal conditions.
People often say "dark side" of the moon when referring to the lunar face we can't see from Earth, but that's wrong. The correct term is "far side."
‘This is more than just a landing’: Why China’s mission on the far side of the moon should be a wake-up call for the world
China landing a car-sized lunar spacecraft, called Chang'e 4, on the far side of the moon is a triumph. It's also a technological shot across the bow.
A scientist at NASA has figured out exactly where China landed its historic lunar mission on the moon’s far side
China successfully landed its Chang'e 4 rover and lander on the moon's far side near its South Pole. This graphic highlights the precise location.
China just landed a spacecraft on the moon’s far side for the first time in history. Here’s why the mission may be revolutionary.
China launched a robotic spacecraft to the moon's far side (not the dark side) in December. Now it's poised to explore a crucial region we never see.
China says it will launch 2 robots to the far side of the moon in December on an unprecedented lunar exploration mission
China said on Wednesday that it plans to launch its Chang'e-4 mission to the far side of the moon in December. The mission's rover and lander aim to study the geology and chemistry of an ancient impact site and explore to possibility of building a sensitive deep-space radio telescope.
China launched two microsatellites, called Longjiang-1 and Longjiang-2, to the moon in May. One of the spacecraft took stunning new photos of Earth and the moon with a Saudi Arabian camera system. The photos show Earth against the black void of space.