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China's space agency has just released new pictures of the Moon's surface from its lunar lander and rover Chang'e 3. The successful soft-landing of the lander in December made China the third country to complete a lunar rover mission after the United States and Russia. Continue reading for a video and more information.

Professor Wen Guilin from Hunan University in Changsha admitted to the South China Morning Post that the Chinese rover "borrowed heavily from other countries, in particularly the United States [and] a lot of things have been drawn from the reliable and successful design of the [American] Mars rover."



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