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China successfully sent another two multimedia satellites into orbit, according to a state news report.
China just tested out its brand-new facility for simulating Mars landings, marking a big step in the nation's planned march to the Red Planet.
A Chinese Long March 6 rocket launched five satellites into orbit on the Ningxia-1 mission Wednesday (Nov. 13), just three hours after another launch.
The China Lunar Exploration Program has released a photo from the Yutu 2 moon rover that reveals the likely nature of a previously unidentified material.
China's Chang'e 4 mission has completed 10 lunar days of activity on the far side of the moon, returning new images and carrying out science tasks.
China is developing a next-generation spacecraft for human spaceflight that would allow astronauts to travel to the moon and deep space.
The first country to land a spacecraft on the moon and the only country to do so since the Apollo era are teaming up for a lunar return.
China's lunar exploration program has released images that give us a glimpse of the mysterious material discovered on the far side of the moon.
A Chinese Long March 11 rocket successfully launched five new remote-sensing satellites today (Sept. 19).
China's Chang'e-4 lunar rover has discovered an unusually colored, 'gel-like' substance during its exploration activities on the far side of the moon.
A Chinese Long March 3B rocket launched a new communications satellite into orbit today (Aug. 19) — but there appears to be a problem with the satellite.
China's Chang'e-4 mission has completed eight full days of science work on the far side of the moon — and in between the experiments, the lander and rover have sent home some new photographs, too.
The Chinese company LinkSpace successfully flew a rocket prototype on its highest flight yet, then nailed the landing as the firm pursues reusable spaceflight technology.
They may look like waffle-makers, but China's new rocket fins are cooking up something even more special: the ability to guide rockets to a safe zone after launch.
China's tiny lunar orbiter Longjiang-2, also known as DSLWP-B, crashed intentionally into the moon's far side on July 31, according to media reports.
iSpace became the first Chinese private firm to achieve orbit with Thursday’s successful launch from a national space center in the Gobi Desert.