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China’s Chang’e-4 Launches on Mission to the Moon’s Far Side

  China is aiming to go where no one has gone before: the far side of the moon. A rocket carrying the Chang’e-4 lunar lander blasted...

China sets out for the far side of the moon

  China's ambitious program of lunar exploration is about to attempt a spacefaring first: On 8 December it will launch a probe intended to land...

‘China successfully conducts vertical landing test of space rocket’

  China has successfully carried out a vertical landing test of a carrier rocket which will promote the development of a reusable space transportation system,...

China suffers a setback in the private space race

  China's private space industry has suffered a setback after a leading startup failed in its first attempt to put a satellite in orbit. LandSpace, a...

China’s private satellite-carrying rocket fails after launch

  China's first attempt to launch a privately developed rocket capable of carrying a satellite into space was a failure. Beijing-based Landspace said that the first...

A Chinese city plans to replace street lights with its own moon

  A Chinese city is tired of relying on electricity and the regular old moon to provide lights around town at night. So the city...

China to launch ‘artificial moon’ into SPACE to replace STREET LIGHTS

  China is two years away from sending a lighting satellite to space, according to Wu Chunfeng, chairman of space contractor Chengdu Aerospace Science and...

Will China’s new laser satellite become the ‘Death Star’ for submarines?

  China is developing a satellite with a powerful laser for anti-submarine warfare that researchers hope will be able to pinpoint a target as far...

China’s Tiangong-2 space lab will fall to Earth in 2019

  (CNN) China's second space lab will return to Earth in July 2019 in a controlled destruction, the country's space agency said Wednesday. The announcement...

China Built The World’s Largest Telescope. Then Came The Tourists

  “I HOPE WE go inside this golf ball,” Sabrina Stierwalt joked as she and a group of other radio astronomers approached what did, in fact,...