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China’s Chang’e 3 Space Probe with Rover “Jade Rabbit” – Lands on the Moon

China’s first lunar rover named “Jade Rabbit” detached itself from the Chang’e 3 space prove that landed on the moon,  according to reports by Chinese state media.   The rover and lander are now hot and ready – to explore the moon.

In the next 3 months, rover will roam around the moon and explore its surface and natural resources.   But the space prove will stay at the landing site for one year scientific explorations.

 

 

Photo: Al Jazeera English / via Youtube

Photo: Al Jazeera English / via Youtube (print screen)

 

China sent its first astronaut into space in 2003, and since then it’s been actively engaging in space travels.

So most likely,  after the lunar rover, a Chinese astronaut will be next stepping on the moon.

 

Here’s the video from Al Jazeera English (via Youtube):

 

 

 



Nelson Kamdon

I Am Simply Flowing with the River of Life. I Take What Comes and Let Go What Goes.

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