- Watch: China releases video showing probe landing on far side of the moon Euronews English
- 'Total success': China broadcasts new images from far side of moon The Guardian
- Stunning panoramic image of the far side of the moon is captured by China's Chang'e-4 lander Daily Mail
- Dark side of the Moon: China’s great gig in the sky triggers paranoid US (by Ken Livingstone) RT
- ‘Move The Muscles, Bones': China's Jade Rabbit-2 Rover ‘Wakes Up' From Nap Sputnik International
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The Chang'e-4 probe landed on January 3. It was the first to ever land on the dark side of the moon.
Pictures taken by Chang’e 4 lander and rover beamed back to Earth and shown on state TV
A camera deployed on Chang'e-4 took a photo that was released by the China National Space Administration shows the grey moonscape, the lander and the rover with the track marks it left.
While China and India could soon overtake America as the world’s largest economies, the US has got to come to terms with this and co-operate with China as it does with Russia on space exploration.
China's Jade Rabbit-2 rover awoke from its extended nap on the moon on Thursday, taking to social media to inform space enthusiasts that it's headed back to work after its five-day hibernation.