Protest, Chang & # 39; e-4, a forward-looking plan planned on orbiting on Sunday "ready to prepare for the far side of the far side of the moon," said the agency of news, referring to the spatial administration of the Chinese space. He did not say landing would happen.
The moon is locked on the ground, rotating the same rate as the planet's orbit, so on the remote – or "dark side" – it's never visible on Earth. Old spacecraft have seen the farthest side of the moon, but no one landed. China Chang & # 39; e-4 probe was launched a month before, through the Long March-3B rocket.