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NASA and China collaborate on Moon exploration By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 19th January, 2019, 10:51

Nasa’s lunar orbiter will pass over the Chang’e 4 landing site on Jan 31 and will snap pictures, as it did for the Chang’e 3 in 2013

NASA and China collaborate on Moon exploration

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