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The successful landing of China’s Chang’e-4 robotic spacecraft on the far side of the Moon, and the return of those stunning images is an indisputable engineering success. China achieved this first, for humanity.

Yutu-2 (literally: “Jade Rabbit-2”) drives away from the Chang’e-4 lander
Musa Bay, Iran (lat. 30.2636 & long 49.3142). Credit: European Union, contains modified Copernicus Sentinel-2 L2A true colour data from 29 December 2018. Processed with EO Browser.
A Spire Global spacecraft under construction in Glasgow. Credit: Spire Global

Glasgow based space technology engineer, academic, and director. spaceprof.xyz |Professor @UniStrathclyde |Director @SoX_SA. ⊕

Glasgow based space technology engineer, academic, and director. spaceprof.xyz |Professor @UniStrathclyde |Director @SoX_SA. ⊕