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May 24, 2015
China Plans First Ever Landing on the Dark Side of the Moon
Moscow (Sputnik) May 22, 2015
What lies on the dark side of the moon? The ruined civilization of our lunar forbearers? A pile of overplayed Pink Floyd records? The most exclusive Airbnb in the galaxy? China's on the case, launching the first expedition of its kind, a journey into the moon's perpetual dark. The closest extraterrestrial body, the moon has done much to shape our history and mythologies. It's been associated with Artemis and Greek conceptions of rebirth. It's also connected with Chang'e, the Chinese goddess of the ... read more

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China's Space Laboratory Still Cloaked
The recent release of another update on Tiangong 2, China's next space laboratory, has prompted a lot of attention. A recent tightening of Chinese media policies has made this relatively obscured pr ... more
China's test spacecraft simulates orbital docking
China has run tests close to the moon simulating an unmanned docking procedure needed in the country's next lunar mission. The service module of the unmanned lunar orbiter currently in space t ... more
China has ability but no plan for manned lunar mission: expert
The world's third country to softland on the moon has the ability to achieve the manned lunar landing but it has no plan to do it, a leading Chinese space scientist said Friday. "With China's ... more
Tianzhou-1 cargo ship to dock with space lab in 2016
China will send a cargo ship into the space in 2016 to dock with a future space module scheduled to be launched earlier the same year, a leading Chinese space scientist said Friday. The Tianzh ... more
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China has been researching the technical feasibility of exploring Mars and asteroids, a top space scientist and national political advisor revealed on Tuesday. Ye Peijian, from the China Acade ... more
China's moon rover Yutu functioning but stationary
China's first lunar rover Yutu (the Jade Rabbit) is still working but cannot move, a scientist with the lunar probe mission told Xinhua. The rover, named after the pet of a Chinese goddess who ... more
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Argentina welcomes first Chinese satellite tracking station outside China
Argentina is to become the location of the first Chinese satellite tracking station outside the country the newspaper La Manana De Cordoba reported on Thursday. The Argentine National Congress ... more
More Astronauts for China
The next Chinese crewed space mission won't fly until 2016. China is expected to send a crew of three astronauts to the Tiangong 2 space laboratory, which is expected to launch in the same year. ... more
China launches the FY-2 08 meteorological satellite successfully
China successfully launched meteorological satellite Fengyun-2 08 at 9:02 am on December 31, 2014, from Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Sichuan Province. FY-2 08 satellite is named as FY-2G ... more
China's Long March puts satellite in orbit on 200th launch
China Sunday put into orbit a satellite jointly developed with Brazil after the 200th launch of its Long March rocket family, state media reported. ... more
Countdown to China's new space programs begins
China hopes to put a rover on Mars around 2020, complete a manned space station around 2022 and test a heavy carrier rocket around 2030, a top space scientist revealed Sunday. Lei Fanpei, chai ... more
China develops new rocket for manned moon mission: media
China is developing a huge rocket that will be used for its first manned mission to the moon, state media said Monday, underscoring Beijing's increasingly ambitious space programme. ... more
Service module of China's returned lunar orbiter reaches L2 point
The service module belonging to China's unmanned lunar orbiter has reached the Earth-Moon second Lagrange Point (L2), the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defens ... more
China Launches Second Disaster Relief Satellite
The satellite was launched into orbit at 2:37 p.m. local time Friday (06:37 GMT) from China's Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, the news agency reported. Kuaizhou II, also known as Speedy Vehic ... more
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