China Exchanged Data On Lunar Landing With NASA Written 15 January 2019

The AP reports that China exchanged data with NASA regarding its “recent mission to land a Chinese spacecraft on the far side of the moon, the Chinese space agency said Monday, in what was reportedly the first such collaboration since an American law banned joint space projects with China that do not have prior congressional approval.” Chinese space agency Deputy Director Wu Yanhua “said NASA shared information about its lunar orbiter satellite in hopes of monitoring the landing of the Chang’e 4 spacecraft, which made China the first country to land on the far side of the moon earlier this month.” Wu “added that while NASA’s satellite did not catch the precise moment of landing, it took photographs of the area afterward.”
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