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Yutu- 2 Jan . 11, 2019 CLEP
A Long March 6 lifting off at Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center. Credit: Xinhua.
China's Shenzou-9 mission in June 2012 marked the space program's first manned docking. The Chinese Space Station program suffered a setback with this month's Long March 5 failure. But China's commitment suggests the failure will be no more than a blip on the path to completing the project. Credit: Xinhua/Naval War College
A CASC news conference in Beijing Jan. 29, 2019. Credit: CASC.
An OS-M series rocket illustration from the OneSpace webpages. Credit: OneSpace
China ASAT test debris
The Chang’e-4 lander imaged by the Yutu-2 rover on the lunar far side. Credit: CLEP/CNSA
The Yutu-2 rover after deployment on the surface of the lunar farside. Credit: CLEP/CNSA
A render of the Chang'e-4 rover on the lunar surface, released Aug. 15, 2018 (Credit: CASC)
China will attempt to land the Chang’e-4 lunar lander on the moon’s farside in January. Credit: 
Chinese Academy of Sciences illustration
Beijing Aerospace Command and Control Center (BACC) on Dec. 12, 2018. Credit: CLEP
Artist's rendition of Global IP's Gisat-1 satellite. Credit: Boeing
Launch of the Long March 3B rocket carrying Chang'e-4 at 18:23 UTC Dec. 7. Credit: CASC
For the Chinese military, space is not about space at all. It is about information — how to ensure the [People’s Liberation Army] gets it, as well as how to ensure that an adversary does not. Credit: Kremlin.Ru photo

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