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Chinese flag on Moon

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[Chinese flag on Moon] image located by Zoltan Horvath, 16 December 2013

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China landed on Moon

China's Jade Rabbit - or Yutu - rover is the first robot to land on the Moon in almost 40 years. The Chang'e-3 mission blasted off from Xichang (southern China) on 01 December 2014, and landed on the Moon's surface on 14 December 2013. It was developed by Shanghai Aerospace System Engineering Institute and Beijing Institute of Spacecraft System Engineering, the lunar rover was designed to explore an area of 3 square kilometres during its 3-month mission. The Chinese national flag is clearly visible on the Yutu moon rover in attached image.
Zoltan Horvath, 16 December 2013