By JOE McDONALD Associated Press BEIJING (AP) — A Chinese robot probe sent to return lunar rocks to Earth for the first time since the 1970s landed on the moon Tuesday, the government announced, adding to a string of increasingly bold space missions by Beijing. The Chang'e 5 probe 'successfully landed' at its planned site, state TV and news agencies reported, citing the China National Space Administration. They didn't immediately announce any more details. The probe, launched Nov. 24 from the tropical southern island of Hainan, is the latest venture by a Chinese space program that fired a human into […]
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