China’s Chang’e-4 spacecraft lands on the far side of the moon

After spending about a month in lunar orbit, the Chinese lander and rover appears to have successfully landed in the moon's Von Karman crater, in the South Pole-Aitken Basin. It it is the second Chinese rover mission on the moon's surface, and the first spacecraft ever to make a soft, or intact, landing on the side of the moon that always faces away from Earth. Read more about the Chang'e-4 mission here: