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The first photo from the dark side of the moon

The first close-up photo of the dark side of the moon, which was pulled by the robotic unmanned craft of Chang’e-4, which was just logged in there, writing space history, was released by the National Space Agency of China (CNSA).

Until now, the Moon’s back and always invisible side of the Moon had been photographed only from high lunar satellites.

The Chinese media reported that historic lure was recorded at 04:26 GMT on Thursday.

For a “striking achievement,” the head of the American Space Agency (NASA), Jim Bridestein, said.