A Chinese soup spoon was enough to get Yung Kai-leung thinking about how to design the perfect space-exploration tool, specifically one for scooping up moon rock.
After a series of successful tests, China's first lunar orbiting satellite will enter the final stages of its moon exploration, the China National Space Administration said yesterday.
The brakes were applied to China's lunar probe yesterday, enabling it to change course and become the first mainland satellite to orbit the moon.
Space: the final frontier. It's not known whether President Hu Jintao and the rest of the Politburo are Star Trek fans, but the sci-fi TV show's opening line still seems to carry a potent...
Four Hong Kong scientists were invited to take part in China's lunar exploration project to study the data sent back by the Chang'e I orbiter.