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China's Chang'e-4 on Moon

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The Chinese robotic space mission is the first landing on the side of the Moon that never faces Earth.

Language : Moon far side

Tags : SPACE | CNSA | CHINA NATIONAL SPACE ADMINISTRATION | CHANG'E-4 | MOON FAR SIDE

Location : Moon far side

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