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Chinese Rover To Explore The Far Side Of The Moon

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Chinese Rover To Explore The Far Side Of The Moon

Chinese Rover To Explore The Far Side Of The Moon

According to a report by CNN, on Saturday, China is poised to become the first country to explore the far side of the moon with the launch of a lunar rover, propelling the country one step closer to becoming a space superpower.

The lander will reportedly conduct the first lunar low-frequency radio astronomy experiment, observe whether it is possible for plants to grow in the low-gravity environment of the moon and explore whether there is water or other resources at the poles.

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Chinese Rover To Explore The Far Side Of The Moon

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