On January 3, 2019, China’s Chang’e 4 lunar probe took this image of its rover Yutu 2, also known as Jade Rabbit, on the previously uncharted far side of the moon. Photo: Xinhua

Chinese lunar ambitions soar 50 years after moon landing

  • As world remembers Neil Armstrong’s historic small step, Chinese scientists outline great leap for their space programme
Topic |   China science

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On January 3, 2019, China’s Chang’e 4 lunar probe took this image of its rover Yutu 2, also known as Jade Rabbit, on the previously uncharted far side of the moon. Photo: Xinhua
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