China appears to have become only the third country to "soft-land" on the moon's surface.
China's first lunar rover landed on the moon today, less than two weeks after it blasted off from Earth, according to Chinese state media.
A soft landing occurs when a spacecraft lands at a sufficiently low velocity for the equipment to remain undamaged.
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