NEW YORK • In a spaceflight first, China's Chang'e-4 has landed where no spacecraft has touched down in one piece before: The far side of the Moon.
"This is a historic step in international scientific exploration of the moon, opening up the 'Luna Incognita' of the lunar far side to surface exploration for the first time," said Dr James Head, a planetary scientist at Brown University.
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