China’s Unmanned Probe Makes Historic Touchdown On Far Side Of The Moon

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China put a relay satellite in orbit around the Moon in May to bounce radio signals released on the Earth to the far side of the Moon during the landing.

China’s unmanned Chang’e 4 probe has successfully touched down on the far side of the Moon this morning at 10:26 Beijing time, marking a milestone in the country’s space exploration as the first in history to touch the lunar surface unseen by those on the Earth.

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